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Topic: Chinese HTML to FDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 81126
From: domholt
Date: 2/10/2003 09:45 PM

Hi,
I take a users HTML form input, and from that generate an FDF. I
can do this in English without problem, however, I must also be
able to accept (from the HTML form) & display (the resulting FDF) in
simplified Chinese.

It appears that, unlike any 'special' HTML characters that I write in
my 'English' form, none are automatically converted to Unicode.

Do I have to do this manually? If so, how do I even begin
something like that?

My PDF is made on an English system, I create form fields, and
assign a Chinese font to the field. The font is one of the 'standard'
built in fonts from the Asian language pack.

Data is taken from a HTML form (charset=gb2313)

I am using PHP _without_ the FDF toolkit.

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Regards, Dominic Holt


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