In 2000, the Government of the People's Republic of China introduced a new standard for the support of its national characters. The standard, known as GB18030, replaces the existing Chinese standard GB2312/GBK. It's composary that all new products released in China after January 1, 2001 must support GB18030, which includes the existing GBK character set plus 6582 Unicode Extension-A, and 1,948 additional non-Han characters (Mongolian, Uygur, Tibetan, and Yi).
i use scite as my default text editor.but with 18030,i can not read my document sometimes .
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