I don't know whether UTF-7 is dead.
But, I feel it difficult to implement UTF-7.
According to another information,
Microsoft supports UTF-7 under Win32 API.
For example, the API "WideCharToMultiByte" has an option that converts
UCS-2 (or UTF-16?) into UTF-7, which is called "CP_UTF7".
On 99/05/26 06:48:04 Pete Resnick wrote:
>>a) Most environments are now 8-bit safe, and more are moving that way
>>all of the time. There's no need to waste the space on UTF-7 when
>>UTF-8 will do.
It is a good news for us, Japanese.
-- 1999/05/26 Masahiko Maedera <email@example.com> Tokyo, Japan.
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