I was having some problems with a test of my SCSU decoder recently, and
I discovered it was due to my
decoder rejecting 10FFFF as a valid Unicode value (because it ends in FFFF.)
The fourth test pattern,
Section 9.4 of Tech Report 6 (SCSU) uses DBFF DFFF as a surrogate pair,
which is 10FFFF. Is this wrong,
or is there something I'm overlooking?
-- David Starner - normally firstname.lastname@example.org
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