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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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XML and HTML encodings

Encodings enable you to specify what character encoding your text is in.

The IANA name is used in the encoding statement of an XML file, or charset directive in an HTML file.

The HTML and XML editors support the following encodings:

XML Encoding (IANA Name)

Description

BIG5

Big5, Traditional Chinese

EUC-JP

EUC encoding, Japanese

EUC-KR

EUC encoding, Korean

GB18030 National Standard, Chinese

ISO-2022-JP

ISO 2022, Japanese

ISO-2022-KR

ISO 2022, Korean

ISO-8859-1

ISO Latin-1

ISO-8859-2 Central/East European (Slavic)
ISO-8859-3 Southern European
ISO-8859-4 ISO 8859-4, Cyrillic
ISO-8859-5 ISO 8859-5, Cyrillic

ISO-8859-6

Arabic (Logical)

ISO-8859-7 Greek

ISO-8859-8

Hebrew (Visual) (encoding supported, but not supported by the Page Designer Design page)

ISO-8859-9 Turkish

SHIFT_JIS

Shift-JIS, Japanese

TIS-620 TISI, Thai

US-ASCII

US ASCII

UTF-8

ISO 10646/Unicode, one-byte encoding

UTF-16

ISO 10646/Unicode, two-byte encoding

UTF-16BE

Unicode BigEndian

UTF-16LE

Unicode LittleEndian

WINDOWS-31J

Japanese, Windows-31J

WINDOWS-1255

Hebrew

WINDOWS-1256

Arabic


 
 
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