|Home » Products » UltraEdit/UEStudio » Getting Started|
Unicode and UTF-8 Support
Article Number: 1248 | Last Updated: Tue, Jan 21, 2014 4:34 PM
UltraEdit provides support for Unicode (16-Bit wide character) files, and for UTF-8 files and allows direct editing of Unicode files and UTF-8 files as well as conversion routines between ASCII/ANSI and Unicode or UTF-8. UltraEdit attempts to detect the file type when the file is loaded. It will look for the FF FE marker for Unicode files. For UTF-8 it will look for one of the following three occurrences:
1) File marker (BOM) EF, BB, BF.
2) String occurrences "charset=utf-8" or "encoding=utf-8"
3) It will look for the occurrence of valid UTF-8 multi-byte characters in the first 64KB of a file.
If the file is found to be Unicode, it will be treated as such and the status bar will indicate this. A Unicode file saved in "big Endian" format will be indicated with "UTF-16BE". A Unicode file saved in "little Endian" format will be indicated with "UTF-16".
If the file is found to be UTF-8, it will be treated as such and converted internally to Unicode (16-Bit) for editing. The status bar will indicate this with "UTF-8". When the file is saved, it will be converted back from Unicode to UTF-8 and saved in this format.
The following conversions to and from Unicode/UTF-8 are available:
There are no attachments for this article.
Viewed 3019 times since Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Command Line Parameters
Viewed 14913 times since Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Creating Your First Application
Viewed 2882 times since Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Viewed 894 times since Mon, Feb 10, 2014
Viewed 3288 times since Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Cursor Arrows (Cursor Movement)
Viewed 2677 times since Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Large File Handling
Viewed 3897 times since Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Debugging PHP Scripts
Viewed 3174 times since Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Page Up & Page Down keys (Cursor Movement)
Viewed 2472 times since Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Viewed 14424 times since Thu, Oct 13, 2011