Re: Question on Unicode-prevalence (general and for Cyrillic)

From: Antoine Leca (
Date: Mon Mar 15 2004 - 14:17:11 EST

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    Peter Kirk va escriure:
    >> 2. A graduate student mentioned that it was her impression that most
    >> Cyrillic webpages (at least for Russian--her interest) are still not
    >> encoded in Unicode. (She is doing some research on the use of
    >> certain words in Russian and wanted to know how best to do the
    >> search.)
    > Google finds matches not just in Unicode
    > encoded pages, but also in ones encoded in other Cyrillic encodings

    On the other hand, if the student is willingfull to write some kind of
    spider herself, this means it is very likely she shall contemplate all the
    encodings, shan't she?


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