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[Bug 7778] "interpreted as a character encoding" is not linked to a defined algorithm

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Mark Pilgrim <mark@diveintomark.org> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Mark Pilgrim <mark@diveintomark.org>  2009-09-30 20:11:24 ---
Step 4 of one of the inner steps of the "determining the character encoding"
algorithm states:

"If the attribute's name is "charset", let charset be the attribute's value,
interpreted as a character encoding."

I am trying to implement this algorithm, and I don't understand the phrase
"interpreted as a character encoding." Does this require some additional
processing beyond returning the discovered value as-is?

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