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Re^17: Weird error log message

by ikegami (Pope)
on Jun 16, 2009 at 20:45 UTC ( #772137=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^16: Weird error log message
in thread Weird error log message

But i did.

No you didn't. All you said "i saw your post and tried what you sais it wotn work when i upload it." And I didn't even make a suggestion for you to try in the parent post.

Damn it i'm not a moron as Anonymous Monk states few minutes ago

I don't think you are.

The problem is that you constantly assure us you've done everything right when something is obviously not right. Prove it. Show us. Making us guess wastes our time (and patience) and there wastes your time.

but expect maybe followUp questions until i grasp the meaning of your saying.

I have no problem with that.


Comment on Re^17: Weird error log message
Re^18: Weird error log message
by Nik on Jun 17, 2009 at 10:11 UTC
    Ok you are right, i would be more carefull in the future, and iam happy that you are willing to give more detailed explanation when needed.

    For example i did read wikipedia today on BOM definition but i didn't understand why this is usefull to exist and actually what is it anyways. Also i don't undersand the different between ANSI(which you told me this sitn an encoding) to utf8 and why the remote webserver has trouble idntifying anythign else than ANSI.

    Youc an explain these to me if you like.

      For example i did read wikipedia today on BOM definition but i didn't understand why this is usefull to exist and actually what is it anyways.

      Quote previously linked document (emphasis mine): While UTF-8 does not have byte order issues, a BOM encoded in UTF-8 may nonetheless be encountered. A UTF-8 BOM is explicitly allowed by the Unicode standard, but is not recommended, as it only identifies a file as UTF-8 and does not state anything about byte order."

      Also i don't undersand the different between ANSI(which you told me this sitn an encoding) to utf8 and why the remote webserver has trouble idntifying anythign else than ANSI.

      They're both character encodings, but different encodings.

        Quote previously linked document (emphasis mine): While UTF-8 does not have byte order issues, a BOM encoded in UTF-8 may nonetheless be encountered. A UTF-8 BOM is explicitly allowed by the Unicode standard, but is not recommended, as it only identifies a file as UTF-8 and does not state anything about byte order.

        I didn't understand it. What is Byte Order and why is it important?

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