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Translation back in Unicode string
Thread poster: MayNal
MayNal
Local time: 07:05
English to Czech
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Jul 3, 2003

Dear friends,

I need an urnet help from you since I received a request from my client to do a translation and return it back in Unicode string. Could you please tell me what should be done and what questions about the project should I ask my client? It is a very unusual area for me and I have no idea what they are talking about. What should be charged for projects like this one? Should it be per word rate or is it something different? Any special software requirements?

Thank you very much. You can also send me info on asuchan@maynal.com since it is very difficult to monitor discussion on Proz.com

Thank you! Andrew


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SysfilterMaker
Germany
Local time: 07:05
unicode Jul 4, 2003

there are different unicode types...

In Word (2000 or XP) you can "Save as" your document into some of them...

--> complete code page list: http://www.ecm-e.de/Serv_TXTKONV.htm (German only)

Unicode types:

Unicode
Java

Unicode
UCS2
ISO-10646-UCS2, UTF16

Unicode
Unicode Big-endian

Unicode

Unicode
Unicode Little-endian

Unicode
Unicode11-UCS2

Unicode
Unicode11-UTF7

Unicode
Unicode11-UTF8

Unicode

Unicode
UTF7

Unicode
UTF8

Unicode
UTF-EBCDIC

...


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