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From ne...@ca.ibm.com
Subject Re: how to encode arabic?
Date Wed, 05 Sep 2001 14:35:15 GMT
Hi Adel,

ISO's 8859-6 encoding standard would appear to do what you want.  Xerces-J
can parse XML files written in accordance with this standard, provided you
specify encoding="ISO-8859-6" (or some other alias, like "ARABIC", as
specified by IANA) in the XML prolog.  i.e.,

     <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-6"?>

Hope that helps,
Neil Graham
XML Parser Development
IBM Toronto Lab
Phone:  416-448-3519, T/L 778-3519
E-mail:  neilg@ca.ibm.com



adel ben <adel.bensik@excite.com> on 09/05/2001 07:08:53 AM

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Hi all,

I would like to write xml files that contain arabic data.
is there any standards to do it?
is there anty parsers that can parse such files?

with regards,
adel





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