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UTF-8Universal Transformation Format-8 (character encoding)
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The OpenAccess Internationalization code from Voom extends the oaString class to support Unicode UTF-8, which can represent virtually every written language.
Since UTF-8 encoding supports single, double and triple byte characters such as in the East Asian languages of Korean, Chinese and Japanese, it's a logical addition to the GMS offering.
Both the monochrome (PCL5e) and color (PCL5c) PCLMagic drivers call their custom programs to insert Unicode and UTF-8 text values into the print stream to circumvent the way in which Windows printer drivers “scramble” the text in PCL print streams.