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Sneha Teck
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Hi,

In my HTML i am currently setting the char-set = ISO-8859-1.
This works fine with most unicodes.
But for some Unicodes like Ĝ (latin capital letter g with circumflex) and İ (latin capital letter i with dot above) this particular char-set fails ('?' is displayed instead).

The above unicodes are (Ĝ & İ ) are rightly interpreted when char-set = ISO-8859-5. But then it spoils other characters.

So i was wondering if we can include two different char-sets within the same HTML ?

If any one has any suggestion or solution for my problem, please share.

Thank You.

Regards,
Sneha.
 
Joachim Rohde
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Use UTF-8.
 
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