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Re: [vox] Tool to identify & convert character sets?
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Re: [vox] Tool to identify & convert character sets?

Still don't know any command-line tool to identify character sets, but I
found out you can use iconv to convert character sets.  Woohoo!  Try
converting the attached [very very small] text file (in EUC-KR Korean
text) to UTF-8 like this:

   iconv -f euc-kr -t utf-8 euc-kr.txt

-Mark =)

On Fri, 30 Jan 2004, Mark K. Kim wrote:

> Hi.  Do you guys know of any tools to identify character sets of a text
> string, and/or convert it to any other [valid] character set?  More
> specifically, I want to identify and convert to/from UTF-8 and EUC-KR.
> Thanks!
> -Mark

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