At 08:22 18-05-1999 -0700, Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote:
>It's my reading of the UTF-8 spec in Appendix A of the Unicode
>specification, that UTF-8 is defined as a sequence of bytes in a particular
>order. A C program that writes correct UTF-8 data produces the same output
>on big and little endian architectures, for example. Is this accurate?
Yes, that is accurate, and that is one of the beauties of UTF-8: It is
unambiguous and looks the same on any system.
You're welcome to examine the code of my libutf-8 if you wish. You can find
it at http://www.whizkidtech.net/i18n/ . You may also want to read RFC 2279.
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