From: Richard Wordingham (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 28 2006 - 11:59:13 CST
Jon Hanna wrote:
> Kornkreismuster@web.de wrote:
>> I read the RFC 2152 and I don't understand, wheter this UTF-7 encodes
>> another encoding such as UTF-8 or does encode the Unicode codecharts
>> Reading this RFC, I got the feeling it only encodes UTF-16 encoded Texts,
>> but I think that's not true.
> UTF-7 is an obsolete means of encoding unicode characters.
It's not without its uses. It's the only way I know of posting arbitrary
text in Yahoo groups from the web pages (though e-mailing posts also works).
Unfortunately, viewers have to manually tell their browser the post is
encoded in UTF-7, and IE 6.0 does not support UTF-7.
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