Re: Historians- what is origin of i18n, l10n, etc.?

From: Barry Caplan (
Date: Thu Oct 10 2002 - 19:37:57 EDT

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    At 07:34 PM 10/10/2002 -0400, Tex Texin wrote:
    >that's good to know. I never worked with Apple and so have no Apple doc
    >in my collection.
    >However, the W0e below is a violation of the encoding and is a security
    >risk. I think the algorithm calls for the shortest string, so people
    >can't sneak in extra nulls- W0e W00e, etc.

    That last one would be W0(2)e. The first is optionally W0(1)e. The (deprecated) part of the pattern was designed by the same folks who add ~20% bandwidth (forget the exact number) to all mime email in order to get it through 7 bit smtp.


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