----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Pratley <chrispr@MICROSOFT.com>
> First, I want to clarify that the "native encoding" of Windows2000 is
> Unicode. What you are referring to as "native encoding" is actually the
> emulated encoding, usually called the ANSI code page of the system. In
> Kong, this should be "Big5" encoding.
I wonder if this might give Aaron the wrong idea...
In my exposure to encoding topics, discussions, articles, etc. "native"
encoding is the term that is commonly used as a descriptor for encodings
other than Unicode.
While Unicode forms the basis of Windows 2000, calling it "native encoding"
may lead to confusion.
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