> I coded a very simple test of the level of support for
> wide character strings in a C/C++ compiler. Unfortunately
> it shows that there are still compilers out there that
> will have trouble even at the entry level of Unicode functionality.
There is nothing which states that the wchar_t encoding must be Unicode.
It is up to the implementation. However, I think that it makes sense,
and a Unicode wchar_t encoding is very useful for processes which must
execute in multiple locales.
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