Shlomi Tal wrote:
> Microsoft Windows can handle text in at least one of three modes:
> 1. 8-bit stream with 256-character repertoire
As Michka Kaplan already said, "ANSI mode" can also be a DBCS code page.
> 2. 16-bit stream with 65536-character repertoire
This should be split in two separate entries:
2a. 16-bit stream with 65536-character repertoire ("UCS2", or
2b. 16-bit stream with 1114112-character repertoire ("UTF-16", or
"Unicode w/ surrogates support")
> 3. 8-bit stream with 65536-character repertoire
This should read: "1114112-character repertoire".
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