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Hi all
I want to save my c# files with unicode encoding.
I have some choices in encoding like:
2-Unicode(UTF8 with singnaure)-CodePage 65001
3-Unicode(UTF8 without singnaure)-CodePage 65001

which encoding is better to use unicode?/?
thanks in advance
Jan 16 '06 #1
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perspolis <re*****@hotmai l.com> wrote:
I want to save my c# files with unicode encoding.
I have some choices in encoding like:
2-Unicode(UTF8 with singnaure)-CodePage 65001
3-Unicode(UTF8 without singnaure)-CodePage 65001

which encoding is better to use unicode?/?

2) is good because it means that anything which understands byte-order
marks will know it's UTF-8. It also means that all ASCII characters in
your file still only take up one byte each.

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Jan 16 '06 #2
> I want to save my c# files with unicode encoding.
I have some choices in encoding like:
2-Unicode(UTF8 with singnaure)-CodePage 65001
3-Unicode(UTF8 without singnaure)-CodePage 65001

which encoding is better to use unicode?/?
thanks in advance

When you say "my c# files", you mean the source files?

In general the answer is "it depends"
Here are some considerations: http://www.unicode.org/notes/tn12/

Mihai Nita [Microsoft MVP, Windows - SDK]
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Jan 16 '06 #3

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