What is UTF-8?

UTF-8 :   UCS Transformation Format — 8-bit

Unicode is a character set supported across many commonly used software applications and operating systems.

Operating systems that support Unicode include Solaris Operating Environment, Linux, Microsoft Windows 2000, and Apple’s Mac OS X.

Applications that support Unicode are often capable of displaying multiple languages and scripts within the same document.

In a multilingual office or business setting, Unicode’s importance as a universal character set cannot be overlooked.

Unicode is the only practical character set option for applications that support multilingual documents.

An encoding is the mapping of Unicode code points to a stream of storable code units or octets.


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i am a software engineer. and i have decent knowledge about java technologies like ANDROID, Servlet, Jsp, Struts, Hibernet, Spring, J2ME, Java Script, Ajax, JQuery, CSS. Further i am Preparing Easy understandable materials/documents upon the same java technologies and developing project in core java , advanced java and j2me , ANDROID as per the requirements Also designing the web sites and logos Thank You.
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