hellbox at April 27th, 2017 15:25 — #1
I'm publishing some content as a JSON doc to make an endpoint for external services. But, I'm getting some bad character encoding ("â€™" instead of a smart apostrophe, say). Since sanitizing inputs is kind of impossible here, how can I make sure the JSON output is UTF-8 to avoid these issues? Any ideas?
luishefner24 at July 3rd, 2017 02:45 — #2
json_encode works with UTF-8 encoded strings only. If you need to create valid json successfully from an ANSI encoded string, you need to re-encode/convert it to UTF-8 first. Then json_encode will just work as documented.To convert an encoding from ANSI (more correctly I assume you have a Windows-1252 encoded string, which is popular but wrongly referred to as ANSI) to UTF-8 you can make use of the
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