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Hi,

I pull the data from database and print it on screen. How can I print all the characters correctly? Page should support all languages worldwide. English(this is fine anyway), Turkish, Chinese, Greek, French, Tai etc.

I added some header lines, meta tags like UTF-8 etc. but no joy.

Thanks in advance

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Do you mean the mata tags as explained here?
I found meta tags necessary for base 8 ascii characters which by default don't show up in the browser which sometimes can be solved in the following code snippet but you should check the link I provided too.

<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
</head>
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Ok guys, I've found out the problem. I am using TCPDF to generate pdf files from html pages outputs. When I echo directly in html file, the output is fine but if I convert the file into pdf by using TCPDF, special chars appear as ? mark. It is to do with TCPDF which doesn't support some languages so I have no choice but trying some other PDF generators.

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Perhaps you should consult the TCPDF documentation or if all else fails you can launch a post on their official forums as I'm sure not too many people here will know much about TCPDF here.

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