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Function to validate a UTF-8 string
Thursday, December 22th, 2016 at 02h59
Function to check strings in utf8 format and avoid problems when generating xml files. It allows validating texts in Latin languages such as English or Spanish and others such as Russian or Chinese. Very easy to use: Parameters: string to check Returns true or false
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URL:http://www.multilinkcrm.com/recurso/pagina/archivo/validateutf8.zip
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Function to check strings in utf8 format and avoid problems when generating xml files. It allows validating texts in Latin languages such as English or Spanish and others such as Russian or Chinese. Very easy to use: Parameters: string to check Returns true or false
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Jose Enrique Llopis, FuturaCenter
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