From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 23 2004 - 12:28:54 CST
Harshal Trivedi asked:
> How can i make sure that UTF-8 format string has terminated while
> encoding it, as compared to C program string which ends with '\0'
> (NULL) character?
You don't need to do anything special at all when using UTF-8
in C programs, as far as string termination goes. UTF-8 strings
work just like ASCII strings or Latin-1 strings or Code Page
1252 strings or SJIS strings in terms of termination with a NULL
character for C string processing.
> -> Is there any special symbol or procedure to determine end of UTF-8
> OR just ASCII NULL '\0' is used as it is to indicate that.
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