From: Rick McGowan (email@example.com)
Date: Sat May 10 2003 - 12:03:44 EDT
Ben Dougall asked:
> > If no encoding is found then to fall back to the default C string
> > encoding.
> mac os x.
> possibly something else for an asian system?
> any ideas what that should be?
If Japanese and if it's a legacy Apple file, probably Shift-JIS; possibly
EUC if the file was generated by an old NeXT system. But Apple provides
lists of their encodings, all of which have mappings to/from Unicode and
are available on the Unicode web site. I.e., you can get the list of
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