I would appreciate if someone could if possible, offer any background information or workarounds to the following.
According to Microsoft KnowledgeBase article Q170559, there are 398 characters that do inaccurate round trip mapping, between SJIS and Unicode. Some of the examples are as follows:
Code page 932
0x879c --> Ux222a --> 0x81be
0xed40 --> Ux7e8a --> 0xfa5c
0xed41 --> Ux819c --> 0xfa5d
According to that article, these are duplicates that do not round trip map and were added for NEC needs.
Does anyone have any background info? Is the only solution to create a table in the code, which would have a bad performance hit? If these are duplicates, then does it matter that they do not round trip map?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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