RE: My Querry

From: D. Starner (
Date: Tue Nov 23 2004 - 19:10:37 CST

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    "Mike Ayers" <> writes:

    > > What is wrong? That UTF-8 (born FSS-UTF) was designed to be
    > > compatible with C language strings?'
    > Yes. A character encoding can be compatible with ASCII or C
    > language strings, but not both, as those two were not compatible to begin
    > with.

    That doesn't contradict the statement. UTF-FSS was designed for Plan 9
    to be used in C for Unicode strings. Whether or not it's "compatible"
    with such strings is really beside the point.

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