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The official site with information and resources for programmers, implementers and others involved in computer globalization work.

http://www.unicode.org

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Explains how to encode the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set V1.1 (DCMES) in XML, provides a DTD to validate the documents and describes a method to link them from web pages.

http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmes-xml/

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XML documents can contain foreign characters like Norwegian o, or French ee. To let your XML parser understand these characters, you should save your XML documents as Unicode.

http://www.w3schools.com/xml/xml_encoding.asp

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Article explaining how character encoding works and specifically how it works in XML and the MSXML DOM.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa468560.aspx

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What document(s) define(d) the Unicode standard? This is a complete history of the Unicode standard from 1.0 to a preview of the (future) 3.0 and 4.0 versions to come.

http://www.unicodecharacter.com/unicode/standard.html

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FAQ about Chinese document encodings, and how they relate to XML. Also includes links and software.

http://xml.ascc.net/en/utf-8/faq.html

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A "just enough education to perform" guide to Unicode and ISO 10646 for authors of XML parsers and other software that processes XML.

http://www.hackcraft.net/xmlUnicode/

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A commented graphical overview of the ISO 8859 character sets by Roman Czyborra.

http://www.global-translation-services.com/iso8859.html

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