That is really odd, as Unicode is specifically designed to support
all existing character encodings.
On Dec 15, 2005, at 11:44 PM, Nick May wrote:
> There may well be a certain amount of politics here - certainly a few
> years ago when UTF was being fomalized as a standard, there was a lot
> of discussion/complaint in Japan about claims it did not include all
> the characters that other encodings did (as I recollect)
> Now if Japanese websites would all include a content-type charset
> declaration, that in itself would be a big step forward....
> On 16 Dec 2005, at 16:32, Arnold P. Siboro wrote:
>> Other web sites like
>> Yahoo.co.jp is encoded in either SJIS or EUC, so it just shows
>> on those foreign keitai. Japanese native keitai should have supported
>> UTF as well..
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