From: Stephane Bortzmeyer (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 25 2003 - 04:26:33 EDT
On Wed, Sep 24, 2003 at 02:37:20PM -0400,
Steve Pruitt <SPruitt@exstream.com> wrote
a message of 8 lines which said:
> I have a form that posts diacritical characters. For example, when
> my browser has the encoding set to utf-8
> and the form posts the character É the post data has these two bytes
> C3 and 89,
It seems reasonable, "0xC3 0x89" is UTF-8 for É.
> which when echoed back on a new page is displayed as Ã?.
Your Web browser cannot properly display UTF-8 (it is probably
configured to display as Latin-1). The exact solution depends on it.
Your Web server sent back the reply as UTF-8 but tagged it as
Latin-1. Check the HTTP headers to be sure.
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