On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 9:25 AM, Krzysieq <krzysieq / gazeta.pl> wrote:
> Unfortunately, there's no way telling the original encoding. I would rather
> go for some method of removing / substituting the chars that don't belong
> there, but the method first suggested by Brian doesn't seem to work for some
> reason. Does anyone have another option? I'm investigating the reasons of
> failure, I will write more when I know something more. Thanks for all help
> anyways :)

If there is no way of telling the original encoding, the input data
may not have valid unicode in it at all, right?

-greg


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