From: Patrick Andries (Patrick.Andries@xcential.com)
Date: Fri Mar 05 2004 - 16:49:24 EST
Peter Constable a écrit :
>Well, there is no way to answer a question like "What version of Unicode
>does Windows XP" support with anything other than a vague summary
>statement like "somewhere between 3.0 and 4.0" or a bunch of details.
>And since people tend not to find a vague summary very useful, I'm
>suggesting we'd all be better off if they simply asked about what
>specific functionality they need to know about. At least, until somebody
>comes up with some bright idea about other ways to answer such
>One other option is to ask what languages / locales are supported, and
>that is how MS has been documenting things up to now. It's a slightly
>different question, but it's one that is answerable.
Much better, IO. MS must then provide a coherent support for a
language/locale at a given Unicode level.
(No one wants to ask how every functions works for every codepoint for
that locale, at least not before hitting a bug...)
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