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Re: [xsl] XSL: Print Euro
Subject: Re: [xsl] XSL: Print Euro|
From: "Andrew Welch" <andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 14:03:53 +0100
2008/8/11 Colin Paul Adams <colin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>>>>>> "Raja" == Sathasivam, Elayaraja <elayaraja.sathasivam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Raja> My ascii file output shows as b' Is it right ?
> No. That is not an ASCII character.
That's an a with circumflex, which usually indicates you've parsed a
multi-byte UTF-8 character using a single byte encoding.
For a good explanation read this: http://www1.tip.nl/~t876506/utf8tbl.html
Just make sure that whenever you go from characters to bytes and vice
versa that you always use the same encoding - in Java it's simplest
just to set the platform default encoding to UTF-8 eg:
If you displaying the result in a browser, make sure the appropriate
meta is set.
If you are just viewing the result in some text editor (say eclipse's
output pane) make sure that's also set to use UTF-8
Fun isn't it?