>From The Unicode® Standard Version 12.0 – Core Specification: "5.7 Compression ... Encoding forms defined in Section 2.5, Encoding Forms, have different storage characteris- tics. For example, as long as text contains only characters from the Basic Latin (ASCII) block, it occupies the same amount of space whether it is encoded with the UTF-8 or ASCII codes. Conversely, text consisting of CJK ideographs encoded with UTF-8 will require more space than equivalent text encoded with UTF-16."
Hope this helps. ср, 15 мая 2019 г. в 14:24, Costello, Roger L. via Unicode <email@example.com>: > > Hello Unicode experts! > > Which is correct: > > (a) The input file contains a string. The string is encoded using UTF-8. > > (b) The input file contains a string. The string is encoded with UTF-8. > > (c) The input file contains a string. The string is encoded in UTF-8. > > (d) Something else (what?) > > /Roger >