Re: How to deal with different encodings ?

I have no idea how it determines if data is  in non-UT8 encoding.
I found this with google:

and linux file command can be used (some times it write it is english text even if it is danish, and the MPEG detection is a fail)

# file a.txt
a.txt: ISO-8859 text, with no line terminators
# file u.txt
u.txt: MPEG ADTS, layer I, v1, 192 kBits, 48 kHz, Stereo
# file ub.txt
ub.txt: Unicode text, UTF-16, big-endian
# file u8.txt
u8.txt: Unicode text, UTF-8


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