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From "karl" <>
Subject Re: Output formatting problem (text encoding?)
Date Tue, 20 Jul 2004 17:58:20 GMT
Nevermind...I realized that this was an Apache issue. I fixed the 
problem by changing the AddDefaultCharset to ISO-8859-1.

Thanks anyway!

--- In, "karl" <karl@e...> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm a total newbie to Perl/Apache::ASP, but I seem to have gotten 
> things to work on a WinXP setup.
> I'm currently having problem with the formatting of output. I have 
> text output coming from a database and ' (apostrophes) are shown 
> the browser (IE6) as ? (question marks). The weird thing is if I 
> save the output as an HTML file and open it in the browser, then 
> everything looks fine. The only thing I can figure out is that 
> original output shows up as encoded Unicode (UTF-8) in the 
> after I save it and open it and things look fine, it shows as 
> encoded as Western European (ISO).
> Note, on an IIS/ASP setup, the equivalent output shows up 
> and with Western European (ISO) encoding. The only physical 
> difference I can find between the output generated by Apache::ASP 
> and IIS/ASP is that the Apache::ASP has Unix style LF line-endings 
> and the IIS/ASP has DOS/Windows style CRLF line-endings. However, 
> I'm pretty sure that this isn't the problem because when I save 
> output from Apache::ASP and reopen in the browser and things look 
> fine, it still has Unix style LF line-endings.
> So, to make a long story short, I'm trying to figure out how to 
> Apache::ASP to output (correct encoding?) so that the text looks 
> correct.
> Thanks for any help!
> -Karl
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