Re: Western (iso-8859-1) and Unicode (utf-8)
> In order to see Greek character sets it was suggest that I switch from
> Western (ISO-8859-1) to Unicode (utf-8) character encoding. Please
> give me some idea of what happens when I do this. What is the
> Your teaching is appreciated.
western alphabet characters are one bit, whereas other alphabets have
characters which need 8 bits of information.
there is perhaps a more complex explanation, but this is the one i have
been told, and i think it simple enough to go by.
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