Re: UTF-8 text files

From: Chris Jacobs (
Date: Fri Jun 03 2005 - 13:05:12 CDT

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    > Hi,

    > UTF-8 can be ASCII compatible, but using a BOM breaks this. I have found
    > that some text editors use a BOM in every UTF-8 text file they write and
    > that some don't, but none of them allow the user the choose.

    An example of a text editor which does allow the user to choose is UniPad
    (right click on the file and then choose Current Options)

    Another example is Babelpad
    (Options /File Options / Save withh BOM by default)

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