I believe that is incorrect. It is easy to generate a trailing byte of
0b10000000 = 0x80.
Keld J|rn Simonsen wrote:
> Frank da Cruz writes:
> > So if the host uses UTF-8 but I am using a VT320 (or emulator), or
> the host
> > uses ISO 2022 with C1 controls and my emulator is switched to UTF,
> > will be trouble. But that's not so bad, since we must do this now
> > prior to making connections to systems that don't use ISO 2022, or
> that use
> > PC code pages (etc) on the wire.
> UTF-8 leaves the C1 controls alone. So you can trust the encodings in
> space to mean what you expect it to mean.
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