1) The UTF whose bits can be counted is not the eternal UTF.
The encoding that is not in UTR-17 is not a compliant encoding.
UCS-2 is the origin of the BMP.
UTF-16 is the origin of 1,048,576 more code points.
Therefore, constantly use UTF-8 and you'll see the mystery on your mail
Constantly use UTF-7 and you'll see it also in your message body.
Those two are the same, if you stick to the BMP --
And don't consider endianness --
Their sameness is what people think of as Unicode.
The encoding of all encodings.
The door to all scripts, or a high percentage of them.
Deal with it.
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