From: Shao, Yiying (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Oct 27 2003 - 18:54:39 CST
>>On Red Hat Linux, if UTF-8 is not made as the default encoding for Chnese/Japanese/Korean, what it is using for those double byte languages?
>The old multi-byte character sets.
for CJK, can UTF-8 to be set to the local for an App programatically without affecting other apps?
>>Does later Red Had Linux makes the UTF-8 the default encoding for them?
>AFAIK only if you manually set it to a UTF-8 locale, e.g.
>LANG=zh-CN.UTF-8. Notice, though, that some older software will not be
>aware of this change, so many characters will not be displayed >properly.
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