Martijn Faassen wrote at 2006-1-13 13:25 +0100:
>What about input? If I have an input form, browsers tend to submit in
>the encoding that the form as in, for instance UTF-8. This means I get
>UTF-8 strings into my request.
Of course, (textual) input should be converted to Unicode as well.
Of course, the encoding used by the browser must be known for this.
As the browser usually uses the encoding used by the page containing the form
fixing a site encoding might solve this problem.
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