Shift-JIS (SJIS) is a Codage of characters for the Japanese language, developed by Microsoft. As its name indicates it, it is based on the encoding ISO-2022-JP (JIS), but with a number more important of bytes allowing the use of 64 Katakana between the codes Hexadécimal 0xA0 and 0xDF.
Contrary to JIS, Shift-JIS a medium of 8 Bit S for the transmission requires. However, vis-a-vis the format 8 bits EUC, Shift-JIS guarantees only that the first byte will be most of the code ASCII; the value of the second byte can then be unspecified. This makes difficult a sure detection of this coding.
For a code JIS of two bytes , the transformation towards the code Shift-JIS correspondents is:
- Ping : Coding of Japanese texts (in)
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