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Re: validating unicode chars in their smallest form

by Xilman (Friar)
on Jun 13, 2010 at 10:23 UTC ( #844423=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to validating unicode chars in their smallest form

"cheers for reply

Hmm that seems like it might address a slightly different issue, but I will read more about that.

To try to summarize more, This is concern #1 of mine Using UTF-8 Encoding to Bypass Validation Logic

Then #2 would be that it's not practical to have two different unicode characters for the same letter in my script, that starts to present other problems.

thanks for time"

It looks like the original question has been edited away. Please don't do that. It prevents others from learning from what your post originally contained and from the answers to it.

Paul

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Re^2: validating unicode chars in their smallest form
by damian45 (Novice) on Jun 13, 2010 at 18:14 UTC
    It looks like the original question has been edited away. Please don't do that. It prevents others from learning from what your post originally contained and from the answers to it. Paul

    Oh no! not my intent I reply from small screen device and didn't realize, sorry. I have updated the message.

    I think I've decided to replace and ascii compatible unicode with the larger latin equivalents I mention. I'm not really sure what's correct, it seems like going to smaller is correct. However I get data from users in both formats depending on the personal habits/how their pc is setup, so.

    thanks

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