From: John Burger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 01 2010 - 13:29:46 CDT
Andreas Prilop wrote:
>> The problem with slavishly following the charset parameter is
>> that it is often incorrect.
> I wonder how you could draw such a conclusion. In order to make
> such a statement, there must be some other (god-given?) parameter,
> which is the "real charset".
If you have never encountered a web page in which the charset
parameter encoded in the page (or in the HTTP headers) did not
accurately reflect the "real charset", as indicated by the actual data
in the page, then your experience differs sharply from mine, and from
everyone else I have ever met.
- John D. Burger
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