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Please please can anybody help me!! My problem is that I read a Japanese Data from a file ie katakana script and want to display it on the browser. the encoding type im using is JISAutoDetect and the html charset=x-sjis ... but when im printing it it is coming all as junk. PLEASEEEEEEEEEEE can any body throw some light on this its really urgent... Thanks a l-o-t in advance (
Hi, Go to the site http://theweb.badm.sc.edu/kunshinim/ and download uwcjkstdtt.exe file.This exe is avaliable in many other sites too. Install this in your machine. Try to run this html page then.see whether you can able to see the japanese char displayed. Charset is case sensitive. so before u use different charset check for proper case. <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>�V�_��������������</TITLE> <META http-equiv="Content-type" content="text/html; charset=Shift_JIS"> </HEAD> <body> <td width="77" bgcolor="#99ccff" nowrap align="center"> <font lang="JA" size="2" color="#000000"> �s��������</font></td> <input type=text name=txt value=''> </body> </html> Regards, Bhuvana