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FAQs

How do I convert UTF-8 to ISO 8859 1? ›

Going backwards from UTF-8 to ISO-8859-1 will cause "replacement characters" (�) to appear in your text when unsupported characters are found. byte[] utf8 = ... byte[] latin1 = new String(utf8, "UTF-8"). getBytes("ISO-8859-1"); You can exercise more control by using the lower-level Charset APIs.

What is this character â? ›

 is used to indicate the consonant before "a" is palatalized, as in "kâr" (profit). It is also used to indicate /aː/ in words for which the long vowel changes the meaning, as in "adet" (pieces) and "âdet" (tradition) / "hala" (aunt) and "hâlâ" (still).

Why does É become Ã? ›

This typically) happens when you're not decoding the text in the right encoding format (probably UTF-8). If you want a more precise answer, post us your code so we can try to correct it.

What is this character Ã? ›

A with tilde (majuscule: Ã, minuscule: ã) is a letter of the Latin alphabet formed by addition of the tilde diacritic over the letter A. It is used in Portuguese, Guaraní, Kashubian, Taa, Aromanian, and Vietnamese. In the past, it was also used in Greenlandic.

Should I use UTF-8 or ISO 8859? ›

Most libraries that don't hold a lot of foreign language materials will be perfectly fine with ISO8859-1 ( also called Latin-1 or extended ASCII) encoding format, but if you do have a lot of foreign language materials you should choose UTF-8 since that provides access to a lot more foreign characters.

Is UTF-8 or UTF-16 better? ›

UTF-16 is better where ASCII is not predominant, since it uses 2 bytes per character, primarily. UTF-8 will start to use 3 or more bytes for the higher order characters where UTF-16 remains at just 2 bytes for most characters.

What is this letter a? ›

Ä (lower case ä) is a character that represents either a letter from several extended Latin alphabets, or the letter A with an umlaut mark or diaeresis.

How do you type a? ›

To type a lowercase character by using a key combination that includes the SHIFT key, hold down the CTRL+SHIFT+symbol keys simultaneously, and then release them before you type the letter.
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Keyboard shortcuts for international characters.
To insert thisPress
â, ê, î, ô, û Â, Ê, Î, Ô, ÛCTRL+SHIFT+^ (CARET), the letter
ã, ñ, õ Ã, Ñ, ÕCTRL+SHIFT+~ (TILDE), the letter
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Why do I see strange characters in email messages? ›

Messages you have received

If you see strange characters in a received message, click the Encoding button on the ribbon and select a different one, like Unicode (UTF-8). If this makes the text display properly, you may find it best to leave Use default encoding for all incoming messages not selected.

What is this called ê? ›

Ê, ê (e-circumflex) is a letter of the Latin alphabet, found in Afrikaans, French, Friulian, Kurdish, Norwegian (Nynorsk), Portuguese, Vietnamese, and Welsh. It is used to transliterate Chinese, Persian, and Ukrainian. E with Circumflex.

What does a € mean? ›

In Statistics Explained articles the symbol '€' should be used for euro in the text if it is followed by a number. This applies also to graphs and tables. It should be placed before the figure: €30.

What is ê called in English? ›

Anyway, since “ê” is basically just a form of writing “es”, which makes the syllable closed (see the next section), “ê” is usually pronounced /ɛ/ (as “e” in “bet”).

How do you say a in English? ›

“â” is pronounced roughly like an English “ah” as in an American “hot” or British “bath”. “ê” is pronounced like an English “eh” as in “get” – the same as if it was “è” with a grave accent. “ô” is pronounced roughly like an English “oh” as in “boat” or “close”. It's the same sound found in the French word au.

Why is UTF-8 so popular? ›

UTF-8 is currently the most popular encoding method on the internet because it can efficiently store text containing any character. UTF-16 is another encoding method, but is less efficient for storing text files (except for those written in certain non-English languages).

Why is UTF-32 rarely used? ›

The main disadvantage of UTF-32 is that it is space-inefficient, using four bytes per code point, including 11 bits that are always zero. Characters beyond the BMP are relatively rare in most texts (except for e.g. texts with some popular emojis), and can typically be ignored for sizing estimates.

Why did UTF-8 replace the? ›

UTF-8 replaced the ASCII character-encoding standard because it can store a character in more than a single byte. This allowed us to represent a lot more character types, like emoji.

Is Unicode 16-bit or 32 bit? ›

Unicode uses two encoding forms: 8-bit and 16-bit, based on the data type of the data that is being that is being encoded. The default encoding form is 16-bit, where each character is 16 bits (2 bytes) wide. Sixteen-bit encoding form is usually shown as U+hhhh, where hhhh is the hexadecimal code point of the character.

What is the largest UTF-8 character? ›

General questions, relating to UTF or Encoding Form
NameUTF-8UTF-32LE
Largest code point10FFFF10FFFF
Code unit size8 bits32 bits
Byte orderN/Alittle-endian
Fewest bytes per character14
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What is UTF-8 and why it is used? ›

A Unicode-based encoding such as UTF-8 can support many languages and can accommodate pages and forms in any mixture of those languages. Its use also eliminates the need for server-side logic to individually determine the character encoding for each page served or each incoming form submission.

Is letter A to Z? ›

Letters in the alphabet:

The English Alphabet consists of 26 letters: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z.

What is this called A? ›

The Letter Ä With Two Dots Is an Umlaut. If you've ever wondered what those two dots above an “ä” are about, they're generally called umlauts. Particularly common in German, they're used to modify the suggested pronunciation of the letter a.

What is the letter Ö called? ›

Ö, or ö, is a character that represents either a letter from several extended Latin alphabets, or the letter "o" modified with an umlaut or diaeresis. In many languages, the letter "ö", or the "o" modified with an umlaut, is used to denote the close- or open-mid front rounded vowels [ø] ( listen) or [œ] ( listen).

How do you type fancy e? ›

"É" can be typed by pressing Alt + 1 4 4 or Alt + 0 2 0 1 . On US International and UK English keyboard layouts, users can type the acute accent letter "é" by typing AltGR + E . This method can also be applied to many other acute accented letters which do not appear on the standard US English keyboard layout.

How do you type O? ›

Ø = Hold down the Control and Shift keys and type a / (slash), release the keys, hold down the Shift key and type an O.

How do you write O in Word? ›

Letter O with line over it [Ō] Quick Guide

To type the O with a line over it Symbol in MS Word for Windows, press down the Alt key and type 332 or 333 using the numeric keypad of your keyboard, then let go of the Alt key.

What does â € œ mean? ›

Show activity on this post. “ is "Mojibake" for “ . You could try to avoid the non-ascii quotes, but that would only delay getting back into trouble.

What is a spoofed email message? ›

Email spoofing is a form of impersonation where a scammer creates an email message with a forged sender address in hopes of deceiving the recipient into thinking the email originated from someone other than the actual source.

What is a phantom email? ›

A phantom mailbox is a mailbox utilized by a group of users to send and receive email as a unit, providing a single address at which callers can message the group, such as sales@acme.com.

What is this called Š? ›

The grapheme Š, š (S with caron) is used in various contexts representing the sh sound like in the word show, usually denoting the voiceless postalveolar fricative /ʃ/ or similar voiceless retroflex fricative /ʂ/.

How do you pronounce Zoë? ›

How to Pronounce Zoe? (CORRECTLY) - YouTube

What is this E called? ›

Ë is a phonetic symbol also used in the transcription of Abruzzese dialects and in the Province of Ascoli Piceno (the ascolano dialect). It is called "mute E" and sounds like a hummed é. It is important for the prosody of the dialect itself.

What does * * mean in a text? ›

Asterisk. Meaning: You're afraid the person isn't as cool as you. The main reason people use asterisks in a text is to censor a word, for example: "I like deep-fried sandwiches so my friends call me the C*** of Monte Cristo. Little do they know I'm plotting my elaborate revenge on them."

What does this mean :/ in texting? ›

What Does :/ Mean? :/ is an emoticon used to indicate indecision, skepticism, exasperation, and annoyance. The emoticon :/ is one of the most difficult to define. It can indicate a wide range of emotions, including (but not limited to) indecision, skepticism, exasperation, and annoyance.

What's a meh Emoji? ›

Emoji Meaning A yellow face with flat, closed eyes and mouth. May convey a sense of frustration or annoyance more intense than suggested…

What does the E with a carrot mean? ›

E with the little carrot on top, ê, is known as a circumflex accent. The circumflex denotes a letter that used to have another letter following it, but the subsequent letter has since been omitted in modern spelling.

How do you pronounce ē? ›

How to pronounce Ē in Biblical Greek - (ἤ / if) - YouTube

What sound does Ö make in English? ›

– “ö” as in blöd is like an English person saying “burn” Make the sound “a” as in the word “may” and then make your lips into an “o” shape.

How do I change my UTF-8 encoding? ›

UTF-8 Encoding in Notepad (Windows)
  1. Open your CSV file in Notepad.
  2. Click File in the top-left corner of your screen.
  3. Click Save as...
  4. In the dialog which appears, select the following options: In the "Save as type" drop-down, select All Files. In the "Encoding" drop-down, select UTF-8. ...
  5. Click Save.

How do I change my UTF-8 character set? ›

Click Tools, then select Web options. Go to the Encoding tab. In the dropdown for Save this document as: choose Unicode (UTF-8). Click Ok.

Is AL32UTF8 the same as UTF-8? ›

AL32UTF8 is the Oracle name for UTF-8 - it is the same!

What is the difference between UTF-8 and AL32UTF8? ›

Aka AL32UTF8 has extra characters available but it has all the same as UTF8. But there is one important difference here. While UTF8 uses only 2 bytes to store data AL32UTF8 uses 2 or 4 bytes.

How do you tell if a file is UTF-8 encoded? ›

Open the file in Notepad. Click 'Save As...'. In the 'Encoding:' combo box you will see the current file format. Yes, I opened the file in notepad and selected the UTF-8 format and saved it.

What is difference between UTF-8 and ASCII? ›

UTF-8 encodes Unicode characters into a sequence of 8-bit bytes. The standard has a capacity for over a million distinct codepoints and is a superset of all characters in widespread use today. By comparison, ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) includes 128 character codes.

What are the 2 most popular character encoding? ›

The most common encoding schemes are : UTF-8. UTF-16.

Are Chinese characters UTF-8 or UTF-16? ›

This means that UTF-8 can represent all of the printable ASCII characters, as well as the non-printable characters. UTF-8 also includes a variety of additional international characters, such as Chinese characters and Arabic characters.

Is UTF-8 and UTF-16 the same? ›

These methods differ in the number of bytes they need to store a character. UTF-8 encodes a character into a binary string of one, two, three, or four bytes. UTF-16 encodes a Unicode character into a string of either two or four bytes.

What are all UTF-8 characters? ›

Complete Character List for UTF-8
CharacterDescriptionEncoded Byte
#NUMBER SIGN (U+0023)23
$DOLLAR SIGN (U+0024)24
%PERCENT SIGN (U+0025)25
&AMPERSAND (U+0026)26
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How do I know if a database is Unicode or non Unicode? ›

select dbmsinfo('unicode_level'); The result will be 1 when unicode is enabled or 0 when unicode is not enabled.

What is the difference between utf8_general_ci and utf8_unicode_ci? ›

In short: utf8_unicode_ci uses the Unicode Collation Algorithm as defined in the Unicode standards, whereas utf8_general_ci is a more simple sort order which results in "less accurate" sorting results. If you don't care about correctness, then it's trivial to make any algorithm infinitely fast.

Are Unicode and UTF-8 the same? ›

The Difference Between Unicode and UTF-8

Unicode is a character set. UTF-8 is encoding. Unicode is a list of characters with unique decimal numbers (code points).

Why is UTF-32 rarely used? ›

The main disadvantage of UTF-32 is that it is space-inefficient, using four bytes per code point, including 11 bits that are always zero. Characters beyond the BMP are relatively rare in most texts (except for e.g. texts with some popular emojis), and can typically be ignored for sizing estimates.

What are UTF-8 and UTF-32 encoding schemes? ›

UTF-8 is a variable length encoding scheme that uses different number of bytes to represent different characters whereas UTF-32 is a fixed length encoding scheme that uses exactly 4 bytes to represent all Unicode code points. UTF-8 is the more popular encoding scheme.

Why is UTF-8 the best? ›

UTF-8 is the de facto standard character encoding for Unicode. UTF-8 is like UTF-16 and UTF-32, because it can represent every character in the Unicode character set. But unlike UTF-16 and UTF-32, it possesses the advantages of being backward-compatible with ASCII.

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