From: Jungshik Shin (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jan 25 2004 - 01:10:02 EST
Rick McGowan wrote:
> #12 UTF-16 for Processing
> by Markus Scherer
I was a bit surprised to find that Python was listed as using UTF-16
(for the internal representation) with the only reference to it being an
unofficial write-up. Markus may not have had a chance to take a look at
two references given back in July (on another mailing list).
> Python's use of UTF-16(actually UCS-2) for the internal string
> represenation appears to be going away. See
> Even if it's not going away, Python doesn't seem to be
> a typical case to take an example of.
> See also http://www.egenix.com/files/python/Unicode-EPC2002-Talk.pdf
> (page 15 and page 27).
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