From: John Cowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 04 2002 - 12:10:57 EST
Joseph Boyle scripsit:
> I haven't encountered UTF-32, SCSU, UTF-7, or BOCU-1 as transfer encodings.
Alas, a member of one of the mailing lists I'm on is using an old version
of Netscape, and he ends up sending UTF-7 (unless he is very careful not to)
whenever he does anything non-ASCII.
The trouble with UTF-7 is that it is polymorphous-perverse, since there is
no rule forbidding ordinary ASCII to appear in encoded form.
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