Actually, the problem is the *same old thing*: no education about I18N
issues in general. There are all sorts of interesting "biases" about
Unicode related to the still lamentable level of I18N training that the
average developer receives.
It's simply shocking.
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000, Michael (michka) Kaplan wrote:
> Ah, I did know that! :-)
> The place I find a UTF-8 bias most often is in people doing web content and
> people working with Oracle. Good to know there are others with UCS-2/UTF-16
> And of course its even better when we get them to accept that they are
> mainly different ways of expressing the same thing.
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