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Subject: Re: Recognising Unicode in a CSV to XML transform
From: Marney Cotterill <marney@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 17:30:33 +1000
Re:  Recognising Unicode in a CSV to XML transform
Hi Michael,

I was viewing the result in the display window of the Kernow v1.6 processer.

I sent the output to file, opened the converted file in notepad and
hey-presto, the character is displayed correctly!!!!

Thanks you all so much for the fantastic help!


On 30/5/08 5:08 PM, "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>> One last small problem - it is converting the i character to C).
> No it isn't (assuming "it" is the XSLT transformation).
> The XSLT serializer is outputting i in UTF-8 encoding, and you are looking
> at the resulting file using some piece of software that either can't
> UTF-8, or doesn't know that's what it's been asked to do. Either display
> result using something that can display UTF-8, or change the output
> to something you can display, for example <xsl:output
> encoding="iso-8859-1"/>.
> Michael Kay
> http://www.saxonica.com/

Marney Cotterill
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