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This answer is not useful. 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 this character â? ›

Â, â (a-circumflex) is a letter of the Inari Sami, Skolt Sami, Romanian, and Vietnamese alphabets. This letter also appears in French, Friulian, Frisian, Portuguese, Turkish, Walloon, and Welsh languages as a variant of the letter "a".

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 language uses 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.

What is the meaning of ï ½? ›

The "�" is inserted when there are two or more consecutive spaces. It is trying to convert a space to a non-breaking space, but is using the wrong character encoding.

What does a € stand for? ›

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.

Why does É become Ã? ›

This typically) happens when you're not decoding the text in the right encoding format (probably UTF-8).

How do I remove a junk character in SQL? ›

If you want to detect hidden or unwanted characters as part of an initial diagnosis, use LENGTH . Then, use TRIM to get rid of unwanted characters. We also discussed how you can nest SQL functions, which is a powerful technique in programming.

What is the first Unicode character? ›

The first 128 characters of Unicode are the same as the ASCII character set. The first 32 characters, U+0000 - U+001F (0-31) are called Control Codes.
...
The first 128 characters.
UnicodeASCII codeGlyph
U+002032(space)
U+002133!
U+002234"
U+002335#
91 more rows
7 May 2018

What are non UTF-8 characters? ›

Non-UTF-8 characters are characters that are not supported by UTF-8 encoding and, they may include symbols or characters from foreign unsupported languages. We'll get an error if we attempt to store these characters to a variable or run a file that contains them.

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.

How do I change file encoding? ›

Choose an encoding standard when you open a file
  1. Click the File tab.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Click Advanced.
  4. Scroll to the General section, and then select the Confirm file format conversion on open check box. ...
  5. Close and then reopen the file.
  6. In the Convert File dialog box, select Encoded Text.

How do I change the encoding to UTF-8? ›

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.

What is the letter I called? ›

Í/í is a variant of I carrying an acute accent; it represents an /i/ carrying the tonic accent.

How is a pronounced? ›

The short Ä is pronounced like the “e” in the word “bet” in English. It is like saying “eh”. The long Ä on the other hand is simply taking the short one and keeping the sound, so making it longer. It is like saying the “ay” in “say”.

What sound does a make? ›

Å is pronounced like the English O in “or,” the Swedish Ä sounds almost like the word “air” in English, and Ö has a similar pronunciation to the [er] sound in the word “her.”

What sound does the ï make? ›

In German and Hungarian, ï or I-umlaut does not belong to the alphabet. In scholarly writing on Turkic languages, ⟨ï⟩ is sometimes used to write the close back unrounded vowel /ɯ/, which, in the standard modern Turkish alphabet, is written as the dotless i ⟨ı⟩.

What is ISO 8859 character set? ›

Latin-1, also called ISO-8859-1, is an 8-bit character set endorsed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and represents the alphabets of Western European languages.

What does this ₩ mean? ›

It represents the South Korean won, the North Korean won and, unofficially, the old Korean won. ₩ Won sign. In Unicode.

What does 1 mean in texting? ›

"Partner" is the most common definition for 1 on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

What is the full from of BS? ›

Bachelor of Science, an academic degree.

How do you use non ascii characters in Python? ›

In order to use non-ASCII characters, Python requires explicit encoding and decoding of strings into Unicode. In IBM® SPSS® Modeler, Python scripts are assumed to be encoded in UTF-8, which is a standard Unicode encoding that supports non-ASCII characters.

Why is â showing up? ›

Characters like Â, ’ are showing up on my web site page Print. This problem is generally related to the wrong text encoding that is being supplied to your browser. The standard text coding for web pages is Western (ISO-8859-1), the iWeb software encodes all of its html pages as Unicode (UTF-8).

How do you write foreign letters? ›

Note: If you type extensively in another language, you may prefer to switch to a different keyboard instead.
...
Keyboard shortcuts for international characters.
To insert thisPress
ã, ñ, õ Ã, Ñ, ÕCTRL+SHIFT+~ (TILDE), the letter
ä, ë, ï, ö, ü, ÿ, Ä, Ë, Ï, Ö, Ü, ŸCTRL+SHIFT+: (COLON), the letter
å, ÅCTRL+SHIFT+@, a or A
æ, ÆCTRL+SHIFT+&, a or A
12 more rows

What are the junk characters? ›

i.e., any character having an ascii equivalent decimal value of more than 127 is a junk character(courtesy www.asciitable.com).

How do I trim the first 3 characters in SQL? ›

To delete the first characters from the field we will use the following query: Syntax: SELECT SUBSTRING(string, 2, length(string));

How do I remove a junk character from a string in Oracle? ›

Try using REGEXP_REPLACE(str,'[^[a-z,A-Z,0-9,[:space:]]]*','') You can look at the Regular Expression and include/exclude the character as per your wish.

Is UTF-8 and Unicode 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).

Who created Unicode? ›

Based on experiences with the Xerox Character Code Standard (XCCS) since 1980, the origins of Unicode date to 1987, when Joe Becker from Xerox with Lee Collins and Mark Davis from Apple started investigating the practicalities of creating a universal character set.

Is emoji a character? ›

Emoji are “picture characters” originally associated with cellular telephone usage in Japan, but now popular worldwide. The word emoji comes from the Japanese 絵 (e ≅ picture) + 文字 (moji ≅ written character).

How do you write ō in Word? ›

For example, to type a ô, hold down CTRL, SHIFT and ^, release and type o.

How do I type Š? ›

Simply hold down the S key and you'll be presented with three options - press 3 on your keyboard to type š. If you need a capital Š just use the Shift Key or Caps Lock. Show activity on this post. If you have the patience to configure the keybindings, you can try Ukelele and create a keyboard layout for your needs.

How do I type á? ›

To add a macron to a vowel, on your keyboard, press the top left tilde key (it has these symbols ~ and `) followed by the vowel. 3. To add a macron to an uppercase vowel, press ~, then hold down the shift key and select your vowel.

How many bytes is 10 characters? ›

The formula used in characters to bytes conversion is 1 Character = 1 Byte.

Why did UTF-8 replace the ASCII? ›

Why did UTF-8 replace the ASCII character-encoding standard? UTF-8 can store a character in more than one byte. 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.

Why UTF-8 is used in HTML? ›

Why use UTF-8? An HTML page can only be in one encoding. You cannot encode different parts of a document in different encodings. A Unicode-based encoding such as UTF-8 can support many languages and can accommodate pages and forms in any mixture of those languages.

What is the difference between ISO-8859-1 and UTF-8? ›

UTF-8 is a multibyte encoding that can represent any Unicode character. ISO 8859-1 is a single-byte encoding that can represent the first 256 Unicode characters. Both encode ASCII exactly the same way.

Is ISO-8859-1 still used? ›

ISO/IEC 8859-1 encodes what it refers to as "Latin alphabet no. 1", consisting of 191 characters from the Latin script. This character-encoding scheme is used throughout the Americas, Western Europe, Oceania, and much of Africa.

What is the difference between UTF-8 and Latin1? ›

what is the difference between utf8 and latin1? They are different encodings (with some characters mapped to common byte sequences, e.g. the ASCII characters and many accented letters). UTF-8 is one encoding of Unicode with all its codepoints; Latin1 encodes less than 256 characters.

How do I fix corrupted character encoding? ›

Go to "File" -> "Options" -> "Advanced" and scroll down until the "General" section is reached. In the "General" section, check the box that says "Confirm file format conversion on open." Exit Word, and reopen the corrupt document again. The dialogue box will appear.

What are the 3 types of encoding? ›

There are three main areas of encoding memory that make the journey possible: visual encoding, acoustic encoding and semantic encoding.

How do I fix character encoding in PDF? ›

fix character encoding errors:
  1. Click the Character encoding – Failed item on the menu to open it.
  2. Click the failed item to highlight it in the document.
  3. Open the Edit PDF Tool.
  4. Click in the document to edit the failed characters.
  5. When done, right-click the Character encoding – Failed item on the menu and choose Check Again.

Is UTF-8 and ASCII same? ›

For characters represented by the 7-bit ASCII character codes, the UTF-8 representation is exactly equivalent to ASCII, allowing transparent round trip migration. Other Unicode characters are represented in UTF-8 by sequences of up to 6 bytes, though most Western European characters require only 2 bytes3.

How do I save a JSON file as UTF-8? ›

Open the file you want to verify/fix in Notepad++ In the top menu select Encoding > Convert to UTF-8 (option without BOM) Save the file.

How do I know if a csv file is UTF-8 encoded? ›

On Windows computers - the easiest way to do this is as follows: Open the file using Notepad. Click "File > Save As". In the dialog window that appears - select "UTF-8" from the "Encoding" field.

Is cp1252 a subset of UTF-8? ›

Windows-1252 is a subset of UTF-8 in terms of 'what characters are available', but not in terms of their byte-by-byte representation. Windows-1252 has characters between bytes 127 and 255 that UTF-8 has a different encoding for.

What are the 3 types of character encoding? ›

There are three different Unicode character encodings: UTF-8, UTF-16 and UTF-32. Of these three, only UTF-8 should be used for Web content.

What is UTF-8 encoding used for? ›

UTF-8 is the most widely used way to represent Unicode text in web pages, and you should always use UTF-8 when creating your web pages and databases. But, in principle, UTF-8 is only one of the possible ways of encoding Unicode characters.

What does UTF-8 stand for? ›

UTF-8 (UCS Transformation Format 8) is the World Wide Web's most common character encoding. Each character is represented by one to four bytes. UTF-8 is backward-compatible with ASCII and can represent any standard Unicode character.

How do you change Windows default encoding to UTF-8? ›

Re: Notepad Default encoding UTF8 Windows 10 Version 1903
  1. Right click on Desktop, then choose New > Text Document.
  2. A text file New Text Document. ...
  3. Go to File > Save As... and choose UTF-8 under Encoding:, press Save and overwrite the existing file. ...
  4. Rename New Text Document. ...
  5. Copy "TXTUTF-8.
21 Aug 2019

What is the difference between ISO 8859-1 and UTF-8? ›

UTF-8 is a multibyte encoding that can represent any Unicode character. ISO 8859-1 is a single-byte encoding that can represent the first 256 Unicode characters. Both encode ASCII exactly the same way.

How do I change ANSI file to UTF-8? ›

Try Settings -> Preferences -> New document -> Encoding -> choose UTF-8 without BOM, and check Apply to opened ANSI files . That way all the opened ANSI files will be treated as UTF-8 without BOM.

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