In a message dated 2001-02-20 06:18:34 Pacific Standard Time,
> >With the Unicode-related functions in Prague growing out of size, I moved
> >into a new library called 'Babylon'. It will provide all the functionality
> >defined in the Unicode standard (it is not Unicode but ISO 10646 compliant
> >it uses 32bit wide characters internally) and is written in C++.
> Eh? Unicode has no aversion to either a 32-bit encoding form (UTF-32 - see
> UTR#19 or PDUTR#27) or with C++.
I believe that was David's point; he was quoting someone else who believed
that a 32-bit representation was compliant with ISO/IEC 10646 but not with
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