Date: Tue Nov 04 2003 - 12:48:06 EST
In a message dated 11/4/2003 8:48:08 AM Pacific Standard Time,
Serious answer: It should recognize that the text is *ill-formed* UTF-8
(definition D30) and should probably decline to process the two code
If it wants to be more charitable than conformant, it MAY
choose to reassemble them to create U+10300, but it is under no
obligation to do so.
hum... where is that part part come from. I though Unicode 3.2 and 4.0 is
clear that seqnece is illegal. I don't think "it MAY choose to erassemble them to
create U+10300" is in the Unicode standard. Actually, if you do so, it may
create security hole in the application.
Frank Yung-Fong Tang
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