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What is iconv used for?



A. The iconv program converts text from one encoding to another encoding.
B. Iconv −f ISO−8859−1 −t UTF−8
C. Converts the user input into the data stage internal format.
D. None

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M. Parker

M. Parker
Internet Researcher, Houston

Answered on Oct 24, 2018

The answers to this question are A, B, and C. For those who do not know, iconv is the short term for internalization conversion. This is a type of application that can be used in order to program different characters easily. You can easily change the codes so that your needs can be accommodated easily.

This can be very effective for your needs. This was used in a type of operating system but this has now gained recognition as more and more programmers have started to use this for their different needs. Remember that not all types of computers would have the ability to sustain this type of program.

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MishraAkshay

MishraAkshay

Answered on Nov 06, 2017

The iconv program converts text from one encoding to another encoding.
Iconv −f ISO−8859−1 −t UTF−8
Converts the user input into the data stage internal format.

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