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Detecting Encoding from POST Request in PHP
'Basic Rules of Receiving Non-ASCII Characters from Input Forms' tutorial was cited in a csdn.net article in 2019.
The Basic Rules of Receiving Non-ASCII Characters from Input Forms tutorial was cited in a csdn.net article in 2019.
Subject: PHP如何确定浏览器POST请求数据中的字符编码？ Date: Dec 2, 2019 Author: dongqing904999 Source: https://ask.csdn.net/questions/990036 ... In regard to GET data, the W3C standard states Note. The "get" method restricts form data set values to ASCII characters. Only the "post" method (with enctype="multipart/form-data") is specified to cover the entire [ISO10646] character set. So with GET the browser seems to be locked into ASCII, if the form element has the attribute enctype="multipart/form-data" it seems the standard supports the larger charset [ISO10646]. And I guess because it is closer to a pure bitstream, the default Content-type of application/x-www-form-url-encoded supports all character encodings. in particular this article states: http://www.herongyang.com/PHP/Non-ASCII-Form-Basic-Rules.html ...
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