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Different encoding results when using writeToFile:atomically:encoding:error: vs. createFileAtPath:contents:attributes:
Category : Mobile Programming

In my iPhone App I have the capability to export data to an .txt file and send it via Mail – but have currently problems regarding the encoding.


To attach the file to mail I simply create a NSData instance from a NSString instance as followed:


NSData *dataToExport = [[NSData alloc] initWithData:[myExportString dataUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding]];
[[NSFileM

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encoding UTF8 does not match locale en_US; the chosen LC_CTYPE setting requires encoding LATIN1
Category : Databases

While trying to install opennms :


/usr/share/opennms/bin/install -l /usr/local/lib -dis

I get the error:


ERROR: encoding UTF8 does not match locale en_US Detail: The chosen LC_CTYPE setting requires encoding LATIN1.


and I'm not sure how to proceed, as I've tried creating the DB several different ways (see below).


Full l


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HTML Character encoding affect encoding of input submission?
Category : Coding

Does the character encoding of an html page affect the character encoding of characters submitted via an input field (i.e. what a user is typing/what gets submitted), or is it the encoding of the display of the page only?


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Character encoding filter, Korean characters encoding issues
Category : Programming Languages

We have a Spring MVC based multi lingual web application. We have set the CharacterEncodingFilter in web.xml as mentioned below


<filter>
<filter-name>SetCharacterEncodingFilter</filter-name>
<filter-class>org.springframework.web.filter.CharacterEncodingFilter</filter-class>
<init-param>
&l

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NSString encoding. How to get string with the same encoding as after copying from Xcode console?
Category : Mobile Programming

Briefly: My xml string is with wrong encoding. But after using NSLog and copying string from Xcode console the string got right encoding.


Full explanation:


I sent xml string to server with ASIFormDataRequest and encoding:


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

And I got an error 500 "Server can't parse your xml". I thought, that


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Is it possible to use binary encoding for Http and XML/SOAP encoding for TCP communication in WCF
Category : Programming Languages

I understand that Most common encodings for WCF are basicHttpBinding and wsHttpBinding, which are both based around SOAP/XML, but is there is any way in WCF to send SOAP/XML over TCP(netTCPBiding) and vicerversa i.e. Binary encoded data over Http. If Yes how can I do this in my WCF application


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Perl CGI.pm encoding - wrong encoding for “ě”
Category : Programming Languages

I have a simple web page that uses CGI.pm This is what I do:


when I call any perl CGI.pm function and use czech character "ě" for value of a textfield, label of radio_group or anything else I get �› insetad of "ě"


this is extremly weird - since the whole page is utf8 (<meta name="charset" content="utf-8"/> ). Especially since this works


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How to read the encoding header without knowing the encoding?
Category : Web Design

If I am reading an XML of HTML file, don't I have to read the tag that tells me the encoding to be able to read the file? Isn't that tag encoded the same way the file is? I am curious how you read that tag with out knowing the encoding. I realize this is solved problem. I am just curious how its done.


Update 1


I dont get it, in UTF-16 wont each character take 2 bytes, no


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Encoding a data structure based on TLV encoding
Category : Programming Languages

I have to encode the parameters present inside a data structure based on X.690 encoding.
Suppose, my structure is:


struct Data_Struct
{
parameter1
parameter2
parameter3
}

Some or all of these parameter may be having valid data, say, parameter1 and parameter3.
Then I am supposed to encode on


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Encoding xml using ascii encoding instead of character entities
Category : Programming Languages

Alright, so here is my issue. I need to generate xml in Java to pass onto another application. I started off thinking this would be easy using an org.w3c.dom.Document. Unfortunately the application I need to pass the XML off to requires that special characters like " need to be encoded as ASCII (&#034;) instead of their character entity (&quot;). Does anybody know a simple solution to t


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