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Well, they are both right. Flex uses the eight-bit version of Unicode encoding, UTF-8, versus what you may be thinking of, the sixteen-bit version of Unicode encoding, UTF-16. By default, text input into Flex is blissfully UTF-8.
Actually i don't know which encoding flex support by default. but there are one way to solve this problem. this way is little bit long but you are not in trouble. If the Option is limited then use my suggetion otherwise you are always in trouble. well decode your recivinng data at server as gessing thta data coming to server is UTF-8 encoding OR Unicode One by one. after this two option, you have answer about encoding in which formate data are coming to server. Well, Best Of luck and ifyou win to find answer then Post here. i'll check your answer. Good Bye.
Thanks for the answeres!
Unfortunatly Jay, I don't have access to the server part of the application.
I think that you are developing something Tha's why I guess that!