#67 unicode2

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2012-08-25
2006-12-23
Anonymous
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i am using Granule-1.2.3-1-win32
the attached files:
i typed it in wordpad first, then saved it as unicode text. renamed it as .csv and tried to import it, but failed.

there was another method i tried. using a unicode converter i found at http://www.pinyin.info/tools/converter/chars2uninumbers.html
i saved the converted text to .csv. However, i could not import the .csv file due to the &# characters.

finally, i replaced the &#; characters to UN, import it, and saved it as .dkf. Then i proceded to edit the .dkf file and replace the UN characters back to &#;.
and it worked! but, as you can see, it was a tedious process.

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  • included in the rar file is the original rtf, the final dkf, the unicode saved text, and the web converted text.

     
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