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  1. #1
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    bluetooth russian vcard format ..?

    how to express nokia phone vcard ?
    cyrill -> UTF8? or extend ascii ?
    what are different phone data and sim data?

    could you help me...

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    Re: bluetooth russian vcard format ..?

    sorry i'm can't read russian... please write me english...

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    Re: bluetooth russian vcard format ..?

    You can use CnvUtfConverter class for converting descriptors between unicode and Utf8.
    Also you can use CCnvCharacterSetConverter class for converting between different encodings (character sets).
    I'm sure that these two classes can resolve your problem.

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    Re: bluetooth russian vcard format ..?

    My question is How to encoding data CharSet Russian usually use UTF-8(?) or ISO-8851-0(?)

    What's formated?

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    Re: bluetooth russian vcard format ..?

    character converters also do have auto detection, so you could maybe try it. Anyway, With Symbian most often resources are UTF8, and if you get your data from some other sources, then you should know what format it comes in. anyway, google is your best friend on finding the information on generic stuff like what encodings different countries possibly use.

    Also be prepared that not all possible character schemas are implemented with Symbian character encoders, for example some countries might have several 8-bit encoding schemas (like thai have at least two).

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    Re: bluetooth russian vcard format ..?

    Most common Russian encodings are Windows-1251 and KOI-8R
    When developing under the Symbian OS is most often used encoding is UTF-8

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