i've just see that the "€" of euro is considered as a
What do you think of that.
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The Euro sign (Unicode U+20AC) is a valid character, but
using it often shows problems with character encoding. For
example, on http://feeds.feedburner.com/Tapahont you're
publishing a feed that has used the Windows character
encoding, but declaring it as an ISO character encoding,
ending up with the invalid U+0080 "character" (the "bad
character" of the warning). (To make thing more complicated,
this feed has then been transcoded to UTF-8.)
You probably need to change the encoding declaration at the
top of http://www.tapahont.info/data/newsfr.xml from
'iso-8859-1' to 'windows-1252'.
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