All i-mode phones support shift-jis encoding, but iso-8859-1 (the basic ascii
English character set) is almost entirely compatible with shift-jis, so all
phones support iso-8859-1. Be careful of high ascii and other special
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"Karl ." wrote:
> Dear list.
> I read in the i-mode faq that: "For English characters the standard Western
> Encoding (ISO-8859-1) is allowed.". Will all i-mode phones support
> iso-8859-1, if answer is no approximately how many will?
> Will this require the user of the phone to change language settings or will
> the browser autodetect meta tags or header info?
> Kind regards
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hex: \x72 \x65 \x6e \x66 \x69 \x65 \x6c \x64
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Received on Fri Oct 27 02:22:26 2000