From: Deepak Chand Rathore (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jan 10 2004 - 06:17:51 EST
Compiler internal encoding might affect the encoding of the hardcoded
literals with in a source file
As a result after compilation we might interpret wrong characters.
If we have hardcoded only ascii literals with in the program( source file)
and left the compiler encoding to it's default;
Is there any possibility that after compilation, in the object file
produced, encoding of literals get affected.
(as far i know almost all compiler's default encoding( default locale C in
C++ ) is ascii compatible)
this problem, i am refering wrt C++
Are there any other issues related to this subject , any useful links
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