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<h2>Detect Arabic String Character Set</h2><br />

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      <span class="FirstChar">T</span>he last step of the Information Retrieval process 
      is to display the found documents to the user. However, some difficulties 
      might occur at that point. English texts are usually written in the ASCII 
      standard. Unlike the English language, many languages have different character 
      sets, and do not have one standard. This plurality of standards causes problems, 
      especially in a web environment.
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        <span class="Quote"> Unlike the English language, many languages have 
        different character sets, and do not have one standard. </span>
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      This class will return Arabic character set that used for a given Arabic string 
      passing into this class, those available character sets that can be detected by 
      this class includes the most popular three: Windows-1256, ISO 8859-6, and UTF-8.
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