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Since I'm a beginner and first time to study linux.. i want to learn this and i hope that you'll help me in this matter.. hope you help me.. i want to learn about converting utf8 to ascii format.. it is really posible.?
first if u are newbie to linux, learn some linux beginner books to know about it first then go on to learn about the conversion of utf8 to ascii format. U cant just jump directy to your desired area without learning about the os you are using to do so.
There are many free books availble on the net, alternatively you can buy some of them too,
use ur preferred search engine to search for the titles..
I really hope you are not expecting that one of us is going to do your homework
If after researching and doing your work you have doubts or you need explanations about some concept or any help, we will gladly help you to fix or improve your code, but we ain't doing your job for you.