موجیباکه

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January 21, 2022

Mojibake (Japanese: 文字 化 け) (pronounced: IPA: [mod͡ʑibake]) is a term used in internationalization and localization to refer to the fact that the letters of a text, because they do not use proper character encoding, are in italics without Concepts become. Using Unicode when designing can go a long way in solving this problem. To prevent this situation, if Unicode is not used, the correct encoding should be specified next to the text.

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