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The purpose of this library is to "guess" the encoding of files, and retrieve a reader that is properly configured to use the right encoding as guessed. The library is able to recognize the various Unicode encoding variants:
- UTF-8
- UTF-16LE - Low Endian
- UTF-16BE - Big Endian
- UTF-32

If a Unicode encoding isn't recognized, it's an 8-bit encoding. If the 8-bit encoding is not US-ASCII, the default platform 8-bit encoding is assumed whatever it is. However, the library cannot guess between different 8-bit encodings. Only statistical analysis, n-grams and similar techniques specific to each language used in those files can help guessing the encoding, but this is not supported by the library.

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Apr 23 2015 — May 23 2015

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May 23 2014 — May 23 2015

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