From: Theodore H. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Aug 02 2003 - 06:32:15 EDT
I have some questions on the ZWNBS. While I don't actually need this
myself, someone I know needs this.
> Where? Specifically, where does it say FEFF shouldn't be in a string?
> Certainly, FEFF shouldn't be considered a BOM anywhere but at the start
> of a string, but does it say you just can't use that value? And if so,
> how are you supposed to use a ZWNBSP?!
I'm thinking that 0xFEFF shouldn't be in a UTF16BE string, except at
the start right?
For other kinds of UTF, I'm not sure if it is allowed or not. I know it
is allowed in UTF16LE, although discouraged.
Instead of "can't use ZWNBS", I think that char is discouraged. Where
is the rule that discourages it?
CC me directly please?
-- Theodore H. Smith - Macintosh Consultant / Contractor. My website: <www.elfdata.com/>
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