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Get encoding name

Hi everybody,

Would anybody of you please tell me how can I know the encoding name
of a file with in which I saved a text file

Like - I saved a file with name "test.text" and encoding unicode.

I want to extract "unicode" or whatever we take encoding while saving.

Posted On: Monday 5th of November 2012 02:01:46 AM Total Views:  508
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