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Charset Detector v.1.0||FW
||14 Mar 2006
|By Nick Yakowlew. Charset Detector - is a stand alone executable module for automatic charset / encoding detection of a given text / file.
Charset Detector can be useful for internationalisation support in multilingual applications such as web-script editors or Unicode editors.
Given input buffer will be analysed to guess used encoding. The result - charset name or codepage id - can be used as control parameter for charset conversation procedure.
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