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Re: [PROGRAMMERING] contentType og utf-8



Sun, 01 Aug 2004 22:51:41 +0200, Michael Rasmussen <sslug@sslug> skrev:

Hvis man i contentType skriver text/plain, kan tekst så været encodet i
utf8?

Fra: http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc1341/4_Content-Type.html

The seven standard initial predefined Content-Types are detailed in the bulk of this document. They are:

text
textual information. The primary subtype, "plain", indicates plain (unformatted) text. No special software is required to get the full meaning of the text, aside from support for the indicated character set. Subtypes are to be used for enriched text in forms where application software may enhance the appearance of the text, but such software must not be required in order to get the general idea of the content. Possible subtypes thus include any readable word processor format. A very simple and portable subtype, richtext, is defined in this document.


...

Default RFC 822 messages are typed by this protocol as plain text in the US-ASCII character set, which can be explicitly specified as "Content-type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii". If no Content-Type is specified, either by error or by an older user agent, this default is assumed. In the presence of a MIME-Version header field, a receiving User Agent can also assume that plain US-ASCII text was the sender's intent. In the absence of a MIME-Version specification, plain US-ASCII text must still be assumed, but the sender's intent might have been otherwise.

Så svaret må være: Ja. Forudsat du følger op med en charset="utf-8"

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