> Yes, UTF-16 was done right. Unfortunately UTF-8 was done wrongly. UTF-8
> should just like UTF-16 is compatible with code in the 16-bit space,
> been compatible with the first characters of 8 bits.
I don't see a way of doing this without resorting to trail-bytes which are
also doing service as characters. That's not the same thing at all and leads
to *more* problems, not fewer.
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