ISO-8859-1 to SJIS conversion
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Posted By:   ajay_bansal
Posted On:   Wednesday, October 6, 2004 05:10 AM

I am having some japanese text in ISO-8859-1 format. byte form is as follows:[-112,86,-117,75,49]. I write this ISO-8859-1 into a xml file. when I try to convert this xml file(in ISO-8859-1) to SJIS format then I get some questiom marks instead of japanese string. Can anyone help in this regard.

I have another question , is it possible to represent all the japanese characters using ISO-8859-1 format


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Re: ISO-8859-1 to SJIS conversion

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Tuesday, October 19, 2004 07:13 PM

ISO-8859-1 allows you to encode Western European characters. There are no Japanese characters in the ISO-8859-1 character set. If you have data that contains Japanese text that claims to be encoded using ISO-8859-1, you have a fundamentally mis-encoded file.




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