convert UCS-2 encoded text with 16-bit characters into UTF-8, on the command line with sfk for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
sfk wtou in.txt
convert UCS-2 encoded text with 16-bit characters
into 8-bit characters encoded as UTF-8.
-tofile x write output to file x
-nobom write no BOM header
-codes print character codes
-be big endian input
-le little endian input
command chaining support
iwtou accepts binary input from
previous commands like xed.
aliasessfk ucstoutf same as wtou
sfk iucstoutf same as iwtou
see alsosfk utow UTF-8 to wide chars
sfk wtoa wide chars to Ansi
examplessfk wtou in.txt
if in.txt contains wide character data
print this as UTF-8 text to terminal.
sfk wtou in.txt -tofile out.txt
write UTF-8 output to out.txt.
sfk list mydir .txt +perline "wtou $qtext"
if all .txt files in mydir use wide chars
then print them to terminal as UTF-8.