On 07.09.2005 04:42, Reed Hedges wrote: > Right, sorry, when I say Unicode, I mean something we choose (one) that > is the most-inclusive of all character sets/languages. Such an > all-inclusive encoding would likely be a multibyte encoding, I presume.
Yeah... IIRC you have up to 2^21 characters in Unicode, that not everything fits into a byte is obvious ;) Which UTF you pick in the end does not really matter - all of them enclose Unicode completely. -f.r.
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