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Further information on UTF 8 Encoding

I am adding this article that describe further on UTF 8 Encoding/Decoding Logic – http://www.codeproject.com/KB/string/UTF8.aspx

Extract from above link:

“This article shows you how to encode and decode text to/from UTF-8 encoding format. There are various situations where text characters must be limited to ASCII 127 or lower. The most common is in sending email or using XML. If you send on HTML email to yourself, using ASCII 128 or higher characters, such as ® (ALT-0174), and you examine the message source, you will see it replaced with =AE (at least in MS Outlook Express). This is because it has been UTF-8 encoded. This allows all characters, including Unicode, to be stored using ASCII 127 or lower. For more information on UTF-8, visit http://www1.tip.nl/~t876506/utf8tbl.html. I hope the link doesn’t disappear anytime soon because it is very good, but I don’t have time to add any details.”………

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