Re: [Seaside] Creating Korean String

"S.J.Chun" chunsj at
Wed Jul 25 01:15:27 UTC 2007

it seems that it does not work. My question is that what kind of encoding
does the string has? My image does have font for UTF8 encoded korean
string. But your code does not show me a valid korean string. just
'???' is displayed. 

----- Original Message -----
   From: Philippe Marschall <philippe.marschall at>
   To: Seaside - general discussion <seaside at>
   Sent: 07-07-25 05:13:06
   Subject: Re: [Seaside] Creating Korean String


For a test I create a korean string using:

String with: (Character value: 50976) with: (Character
value: 47532) with: (Character value: 47484)

Should this work everywhere?

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