On Wed, Apr 24, 2002 at 05:12:43PM -0700, Jonathan Coxhead wrote:
> But a BOM in every UTF-16 plain text file would make this completely
> hopeless. If we ever think we might want to do UNIX-style text processing on
> UTF-16, we have to resist that!
So the Unix people, because they might someday want to use UTF-16 plain
text (why? may as well go to UTF-32), should object to somebody else
using a BOM on a file format they actually use?
-- David Starner - firstname.lastname@example.org "It's not a habit; it's cool; I feel alive. If you don't have it you're on the other side." - K's Choice (probably referring to the Internet)
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