Well... I think you're right. I knew that char and string units weren't
really the same thing. My concern was how to make it easy on developers to
use the Unicode API using their "native intelligence".
More thought makes me less certain of my approach. Specifically, as Mark
points out, looping structures are much more ugly when using
pointers. And I still have to have all of the code for the scalar value
conversion. It's better to force a casting macro on the developers than
trying to do their dirty work for them. Fooling developers who use your
API is a Bad Idea, usually.
Thanks again for the feedback.
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On Fri, 17 Nov 2000, Marco Cimarosti wrote:
> Addison P. Phillips wrote:
> > I ended