> Joan's point about versions 1.0 and 1.1 of the Unicode Standard being
> obsolete is absolutely correct.
> Anyone implementing Unicode today should be using Unicode version 2.0
> .... but all of you already know that ...
Please tell that to certain database manufacturers, whose latest release of a
certain flasgship RDBMS still supports Unicode 1.1. (Ironically, there product
has a Java JDBC interface. Java 1.1 is Unicode 2.0-- causing nightmarish
interface/conversion problems for those who use Korean). (;_;) Other than than,
good product, though.
They have updated their docs to refer to the encoding as UTF-8 instead of UTF2
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