Date: Fri Mar 14 2003 - 06:08:06 EST
Pim Blokland wrote in response to "K.",
> > another. (UTF8 to UTF16 etc.) But how can I convert from a
> > unicode code-point to some encoding and decode from some
> > encoding to unicode code-point? In brief, I want encoding
> > and decoding functions for Unicode.
> What is "some encoding"? You mean codepage-based 8-bit character
> I once wrote a conversion routine, under Windows, that can convert
> from UCS-2 to any codepage Windows supports and back, by using the
> info in the appropriate *.nls files.
> If this is what you want, and you can't find it elsewhere, I can
> upload those routines somewhere if you like.
One method of doing this is to simply make the source file as HTML,
open it in the Internet Explorer browser with the [View] - [Encoding]
set to the appropriate encoding, and then [File] - [Save As]
"Unicode (UTF-8)". That's pretty painless.
In fact, [File] - [Save As] "User Defined" will even save the
page using Unicode NCRs rather than UTF-8.
It should work both ways, but, when saving from Unicode to any
older code page, any material not covered by the older code
page would be lost.
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