Character encoding

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1 Definition

This article focuses on character encoding.

See also: Codec (Encoding/decoding of compression formats that for simple files, archive files or files with multiple contents (e.g. in multimedia container formats).

See also: webdings and wingdings

2 Links

2.1 Specifications

(some)

2.2 Charts

HTML specific

See HTML links for other HTML-related links.

2.3 Online converters

2.4 Tutorials

Some Wikipedia entries regarding Wikipedia contents

Wikipedia is a good example that shows how modern websites can deal with most character sets.

More general Wikipedia entries

2.5 URL encoding

  • URL Encoding (or what are those " " codes in URLs?') by Brian Wilson

2.6 Internationalisation and Localisation

Internationalisation (edutech wiki en français)