Doug Ewell scripsit:
> The Unix and Linux world is very
> opposed to the use of BOM in plain-text files, and if they feel that way
> about UTF-8 they probably feel the same about UTF-16.
I doubt it. The trouble with BOMizing is that it makes ASCII not a
subset of UTF-8, but ASCII cannot be a subset of UTF-16 anyhow.
(I mean at the byte level, of course.)
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