From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 21 2003 - 10:10:32 EST
Andrew C. West <andrewcwest at alumni dot princeton dot edu> wrote:
>> An invalid GB18030 sequence, like <FE 40>, or a valid but out-of-
>> range sequence, like <E3 32 9A 36>, should be treated just like an
>> invalid or out-of-range UTF-8 sequence. Issue an error message,
>> format the hard disk, whatever; just don't try to treat it like a
>> normal character.
> Hmm, surely <FE 40> is a valid GB-18030 sequence = U+FA0C according to
> my reckoning (although Word fails to correctly convert <FE 40> when
> told to open a file as GB-18030, it does save U+FA0C as <FE 40> when
> told to save as GB-18030).
Oops, sorry. I goofed in my example. Substitute <FE 20> or something
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