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Re: National-character conversion



Albert A. Modderkolk:
>>> Is there a tool that converts, for example, the u-umlaut into the ΓΌ
>>> symbol?

Tim:
>> If you mean within HTML files, you can use HTML tidy and specify options
>> about input and output encoding.  Though, in this day and age, we've
>> probably got to the stage where you're better off using UTF-8, rather
>> than entities.

Dotan Cohen:
> I second that. Set your locale to utf-8 and enjoy all it's benefits.

Yes, definitely.  The HTML &entity; scheme is only usable in HTML, and
HTML-like formats.  UTF-8 can be used in many more formats.

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