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Default encoding as UTF-8 in VS.NET 2005

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Even though I don't use Korean in my codes and comments, I often need
to insert Korean literals, because the target users are Koreans.
Because I have no plan to globalize those programs, I use hard-coded
literals.

Anyways, can't I set VS.NET 2005 always create and save C# files in
UTF-8 encoding? Currently it seems that VS.NET is using ascii
encoding. SharpDevelop (C# ide) has this option (Options->Text editor-
>General->File Encoding : UTF-8), so I just wonder if VS.NET 2005
provides a similar option.

Thank you.

Feb 1 '07 #1
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Anyways, can't I set VS.NET 2005 always create and save C# files in
UTF-8 encoding? Currently it seems that VS.NET is using ascii
encoding. SharpDevelop (C# ide) has this option (Options->Text editor-
>>General->File Encoding : UTF-8), so I just wonder if VS.NET 2005
provides a similar option.
Try "File" -"Advanced Save Options..." and select "Unicode (UTF-8 with
signature) - Codepage 65001"
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Feb 1 '07 #2

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