Innovative Routines International (IRI), Inc. announced that its flagship data manipulation software, CoSort V9, now processes large flat files containing multibyte characters. CoSort allows companies to rapidly permute and convert Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) data in their native forms.

IRI VP David Friedland explained that "CoSort can now sort, join, and protect data encoded in most CJK formats," including EUC, Unicode and IBM DBCS. CoSort V9 also converts BK to ASCII (Pinyin equivalent), UTF8 and UTF16; Shift JIS to UTF8 and UTF16; EHANGUL, HHANGUL, KEF to EUC_KR (Wansung).

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