> Perhaps we should not call the encoding UNICODE but UTF8 (which it
> really is). UNICODE is a character set which has half a dozen official
> encodings and calling one of them "UNICODE" does not make things very
> clear.

Right. Also we perhaps should call LATIN1 or ISO-8859-1 more precisely
way since ISO-8859-1 can be encoded in either 7 bit or 8 bit(we use
this). I don't know what it is called though.
Tatsuo Ishii

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