On Tue, 2009-02-10 at 12:36 +0100, Nisse Engström wrote: > On Mon, 9 Feb 2009 15:46:35 +0100, cr.vege...@gmail.com wrote: > > > I've tested it again, from scratch with Notepad editor: > > > > echoUTF8.php <?php require("echoUTF8sub.php"); ?> > > echoUTF8sub.php <?php echo "test"; ?> > > and keep getting strange characters. > > > > Would you be so kind to run these 2 scripts on your pc ? > > Works fine for me, probably because my copy of Notepad > is so old it has never heard of Unicode... > > Here's another test: > > echoUTF8.php: > ------------- > <?php require 'echoUTF8sub.php'; > > echoUTF8sub.php: > ---------------- > <?php echo "\xef\xbb\xbf", "test\n"; // Manual BOM > > When I run this from a browser, I get different output > depend on the server's and browser's default charset, > and PHP's "default_charset" setting. > > I get consistent results when I add > > header ('Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8'); > > to echoUTF8.php. > > > (When the scripts are run from command-line, the output > would also depend on the shells ability to handle utf-8.) > > > /Nisse > I know this might be going slightly off topic, but just wanted to suggest Notepad++ as an alternative text editor. I use it when I work on Windows systems, and it's been a great boon, adding some of those nice features as well as supporting utf-8, etc.
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