Conversion from UTF8 to ASCII

Those characters have no mapping in ASCII. Review an ASCII table, like Wikipedia's, to verify this. You might be interested in the Windows 1252 encoding, or "extended ASCII", as it's sometimes called, which has code points for many accented characters, Spanish included.

var input = "La introducción masiva de las nuevas tecnologías de la información";
var utf8bytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(input);
var win1252Bytes = Encoding.Convert(
                Encoding.UTF8, Encoding.GetEncoding("windows-1252"), utf8bytes);
File.WriteAllBytes(@"foo.txt", win1252Bytes);

Can't be done. ASCII does not have those letters, so the best you can do is to URL-encode or unicode-escape-encode them.


Comments

  1. Prishtina

    • 2020/10/24

    into raw bytes and creates ASCII characters from their values. Because UTF8 is a multi-byte encoding, there can be one to four bytes per UTF8 character and as a result there can be up to four ASCII characters per UTF8 character.

  2. Jones

    • 2021/5/4

    World's simplest browser-based UTF8 to ASCII converter. Just import your UTF8 encoded data in the editor on the left and you will instantly get ASCII characters that represent individual UTF8 bytes on the right. Free, quick, and very powerful. Import UTF8 – get ASCII chars. Created by geeks from team Browserling.

  3. Josiah

    • 2021/1/17

    A simple browser-based utility that converts UTF8 characters to ASCII bytes. Just paste your UTF8 text in the input area and you will instantly get ASCII 

  4. Leonardo

    • 2020/8/13

    UTF8 to ASCII Converter helps to convert UTF8 Unicode to ASCII, which is supported by all editors and digital machines. What can you do with UTF8 to ASCII? This tool helps you to convert your UTF8 string to ASCII String/Data. This tool allows loading the UTF8 data url and transform to ANSI. Click on the URL button, Enter URL and Submit.

  5. Rex

    • 2017/6/23

    Those characters have no mapping in ASCII. Review an ASCII table, like Wikipedia's, to verify this. You might be interested in the Windows 

  6. Killian

    • 2017/11/7

    A simple browser-based utility that converts UTF8 characters to ASCII bytes. Just paste your UTF8 text in the input area and you will instantly get ASCII characters in the output area. Fast, free, and without ads. Import UTF8 – get ASCII. Created by computer nerds from team Browserling.

  7. Waylon

    • 2018/6/17

    This tool helps you to convert your UTF8 string to ASCII String/Data. · This tool allows loading the UTF8 data url and transform to ANSI. Click on the URL button 

  8. Shehu

    • 2018/1/3

    Those characters have no mapping in ASCII. Review an ASCII table, like Wikipedia's, to verify this. You might be interested in the Windows 1252 encoding, or "extended ASCII", as it's sometimes called, which has code points for many accented characters, Spanish included.

  9. Abraham

    • 2019/9/27

    konwert utf8-ascii. It will do best-effort conversion, depending on the conversion tables. If you know approximately the input language, there are language 

  10. Nguyen

    • 2015/9/6

    Is there a function (or any other way) in T SQL, by which I can somehow convert a unicode character (UTF - 8) and then display it in normal ASCII format? Eg: I want to convert "Ha Nội" to "Hanoi" either programatically or in SQL. Another Example: Réunion as "Reunion". Thursday, March 17, 2011 9:33 AM. SQLDev555.

  11. Sterling

    • 2015/7/3

    For that reason CIM clients expect valid UTF-8 returned by the CIM server. The z/OS® CIM server executes in the Enhanced ASCII mode. This means that all string 

  12. Neri

    • 2017/6/18

    Encoding utf8 = Encoding.UTF8; Encoding ascii = Encoding.ASCII; string input = "Auspuffanlage \"Century\" f├╝r"; string output = ascii.GetString(Encoding.Convert(utf8, ascii, utf8.GetBytes(input))); But the problem with your requirement is getting the "├╝" converted to "ü". That is a custom conversion, which does not have anything to

  13. Mitchell

    • 2018/5/2

    In this article, we will explain what character encoding and how to convert files from UTF-8 to ASCII character encoding using Linux 

  14. Ezra

    • 2015/10/30

    Most versions of iconv will allow transliteration by appending //TRANSLIT to the to encoding: see the examples. Encoding "ASCII" is accepted, and on most 

  15. Kalel

    • 2017/5/31

    Location: Hanoi. Distribution: Fedora 13, Ubuntu 10.04. Posts: 2,379. Rep: Reputation: 148. convert file from UTF8 to ASCII encoding 

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