What is Sjis format?
Shift JIS (Shift Japanese Industrial Standards, also SJIS, MIME name Shift_JIS, known as PCK in Solaris contexts) is a character encoding for the Japanese language, originally developed by a Japanese company called ASCII Corporation in conjunction with Microsoft and standardized as JIS X 0208 Appendix 1.
What encoding does Japanese characters use?
Character encodings. There are several standard methods to encode Japanese characters for use on a computer, including JIS, Shift-JIS, EUC, and Unicode. While mapping the set of kana is a simple matter, kanji has proven more difficult.
What is MS932 encoding?
Microsoft Windows code page 932 (abbreviated MS932, Windows-932 or ambiguously CP932), also called Windows-31J amongst other names (see § Terminology below), is the Microsoft Windows code page for the Japanese language, which is an extended variant of the Shift JIS Japanese character encoding.
What is UTF-8 UTF-16?
Utf-8 and utf-16 both handle the same Unicode characters. They are both variable length encodings that require up to 32 bits per character. The difference is that Utf-8 encodes the common characters including English and numbers using 8-bits. Utf-16 uses at least 16-bits for every character.
Does UTF-8 support Japanese?
The Unicode Standard supports all of the CJK characters from JIS X 0208, JIS X 0212, JIS X 0221, or JIS X 0213, for example, and many more. This is true no matter which encoding form of Unicode is used: UTF-8, UTF-16, or UTF-32.
What is ANSI code page?
Windows code pages, commonly called “ANSI code pages”, are code pages for which non-ASCII values (values greater than 127) represent international characters. These code pages are used natively in Windows Me, and are also available on Windows NT and later.