From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Dec 14 2004 - 15:21:14 CST
> Unicode did not invent the notion of conformance to character
> encoding standards. What is new about Unicode is that it has
> *3* interoperable character encoding forms, not just one, and
> all of them are unusual in some way, because they are designed
> for a very, very large encoded character repertoire, and
> involve multibyte and/or non-byte code unit representations.
Geez, even when I was going through my stage of inventing wild and crazy
new UTF's, I made sure they were 100% convertible to and from code
points. How could they not be?
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