Chinese Unicode problem
psahores at easynet.fr
Sun Jun 6 15:35:55 CDT 2004
Le 6 juin 04, à 20:46, Frédéric RINALDI a écrit :
> somebody may have an idea on this: I started working for a customer
> on a chinese dictionary, and of course this uses unicode.
> He gave me some samples, but I'm facing a problem with unicode
> if you open the enclosed xml text in TextEdit, you'll see the correct
> chinese chars. If you copy and paste the text into a RRev field, the
> chinese unicode chars are still there, and correct.
Did you test the standard open file for read/read from file...
commands. Combinated, if needed, with an FTP command, that could do the
> But I found no way to simply read that file (or the unicode chars
> part of it) using URL" binfile..." and have it correctly displayed in
> the field. Tried setting the text, the UnicodeText, no chance.
> Seems like there's a character conversion at any level. Checking hexa
> of original and displayed unicode chars shows they're different, but I
> couldn't figure what relation there is between them.
Else, did you try to see if the use of the urlencode/urldecode
functions could help ?
> Any idea?
> Frédéric RINALDI ~ frederic at runrev.com
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