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Indy string problem...

Hi...

I have made a client/server application and used idtcpclient and idtcpserver from the Indy palette.
The client request for a string that the server reads from a textfile and sends it to the client.
Everything works great, except for one thing:

The norwegian language got three extra letters in the alphabeth.
I'm unsure if you can see them here, but they look like this:
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  • zibadianzibadian Member Posts: 6,349
    : Hi...
    :
    : I have made a client/server application and used idtcpclient and
    : idtcpserver from the Indy palette.
    : The client request for a string that the server reads from a
    : textfile and sends it to the client.
    : Everything works great, except for one thing:
    :
    : The norwegian language got three extra letters in the alphabeth.
    : I'm unsure if you can see them here, but they look like this:
    : "
  • roald1971roald1971 Member Posts: 8
    Wow, that wikipedia had a lot of info! :-)
    Perhaps a little to much... I'm not THAT good in this yet.

    I've added the base64 to my program, and tried to use it.
    But it only returns a lot of "strange" sentences/strings to my tcpclient.

    It seems to have these two functions:
    function StrTobase64( Buf: string ): string;
    function Base64ToStr( B64: string ): string;

    so it should really be really easy to use... But... It was not. :-(

    Any more ideas, or should I really read and understand the wikipedia before I can learn to use this?

    Regards,
    Roald


    : : Hi...
    : :
    : : I have made a client/server application and used idtcpclient and
    : : idtcpserver from the Indy palette.
    : : The client request for a string that the server reads from a
    : : textfile and sends it to the client.
    : : Everything works great, except for one thing:
    : :
    : : The norwegian language got three extra letters in the alphabeth.
    : : I'm unsure if you can see them here, but they look like this:
    : : "
  • zibadianzibadian Member Posts: 6,349
    : Wow, that wikipedia had a lot of info! :-)
    : Perhaps a little to much... I'm not THAT good in this yet.
    :
    : I've added the base64 to my program, and tried to use it.
    : But it only returns a lot of "strange" sentences/strings to my
    : tcpclient.
    :
    : It seems to have these two functions:
    : function StrTobase64( Buf: string ): string;
    : function Base64ToStr( B64: string ): string;
    :
    : so it should really be really easy to use... But... It was not. :-(
    :
    : Any more ideas, or should I really read and understand the wikipedia
    : before I can learn to use this?
    :
    : Regards,
    : Roald
    :
    :
    : : : Hi...
    : : :
    : : : I have made a client/server application and used idtcpclient and
    : : : idtcpserver from the Indy palette.
    : : : The client request for a string that the server reads from a
    : : : textfile and sends it to the client.
    : : : Everything works great, except for one thing:
    : : :
    : : : The norwegian language got three extra letters in the alphabeth.
    : : : I'm unsure if you can see them here, but they look like this:
    : : : "
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