> Personally, I'd prefer just one format for Unicode exchange: UTF-8. It's
> not perfect, but no interface is. And on balance it seems better than any
I think the main problem with having UTF-8 but not UTF-16 (or vice versa)
is that one requires greater bandwidth than the other for different classes
of writing systems.
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