Multiple encoding schemes are in use today, by far the dominant one being UTF-8. It has replaced ASCII, which is now actually a subset of the new character set. Although this means the standard has changed, there are cases when one needs to employ deprecated charsets. Key codes are required and ReGen - KeyCode assists users in this task by providing them with a method of quickly converting between Unicode and ASCII sets. Convert Unicode to ASCII: The application is very easy to install, however, it should be noted that the default language is Russian. This can be changed by opening up the 'languages' window (first left-sided button on the second row). Once this detail is taken care of, the program can be employed to generate conversions between different character sets. In essence, there are no fields where to insert data, users simply press a keystroke and the corresponding values are displayed. The application supports ASCII, binary and HEX codes, as well as browser codes (alphabetical equivalence charts used by browsers). Display HEX and binary values: Each conversion value is placed in a different box; this setup allows users to distinguish between results, but is also important for transferring data into other applications. A simple mouse click on a text box allows users to copy data to the Clipboard. An update function is available to ensure users always employ the latest release and several languages are supported.
Windows Server 2008,