At 12:52 PM -0400 11/4/10, Ernie Kemp wrote:
I'm writing a program that allows the user to
click the flag and the test will change to that
language and display.
I'm trying to convert from English to Chinese
using characters such as " æ°©"è¿Î" The browser
interprets these into, in this case, Japanese
but my code needs to display in Chinese.
The internet is giving all kinds of code to
convert from English into the Chinese language.
I need to put in Unicode characters that the
browser will make the final change into Chinese
words. I'm using define("CHARSET","UTF-8");
So the question is how does one enter Chinese Unicode??
First of all, there is a definite difference
between languages and using Unicode char sets are
very specific. If you indeed used a Chinese
character, then it should not be changed to a
Japanese character except for those characters
that may overlap -- but even then while they may
look alike (same glyph), they have their own
unique code-point so they are different.
Here are some references re Unicode:
Also realize that you have not only Chinese and
Japanese char sets, but there are "Traditional"
and "Simplified" variations of both. Here's
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