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UTF-8 vs. shift-jis (2006-04-19 06:02 by benjaminbellamy #21354)

Hi,

I would like to change the encoding from shift-jis to UTF8. (in order to be able to keep japanese characters and avoid compatibility issues)

Does everyone agree with this ?

Regards,
Benjamin.

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RE: UTF-8 vs. shift-jis (2006-04-19 07:55 by drhu00 #21356)

I agree. Actually I test using your getByteArray for Chinese GB2312 encoding and it works.
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RE: UTF-8 vs. shift-jis (2006-04-19 10:25 by yanbe #21364)

I agree too.

I think Shift_JIS has some nasty problem, and UTF8 is ideal encoding for international project like this.
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Done (2006-04-20 06:36 by benjaminbellamy #21376)

So be it.

I converted java files into utf8.

Benjamin.
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RE: UTF-8 vs. shift-jis (2006-04-30 12:21 by 匿名 #21577)

Funny to read this after removing all japanese comments in my local version...

Thank you very much for your work. I really appreciate and enjoy your great application.

I was really amazed and excited when I tried the J2ME version on dr.hu's homepage. Incredible how far it developed already....

Greetings,
worufu
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