From: Peter Kirk (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jan 18 2005 - 18:56:56 CST
On 19/01/2005 00:09, Hans Aberg wrote:
>UTF-8 BOM's seem pointless.
Maybe. Nevertheless, they exist, not only as a result of unintelligent
conversion from UTF-16 or UTF-32 to UTF-8, but also because at least one
UTF-8 editor, Notepad on Windows 2000 (and XP?), always emits a BOM at
the start of a UTF-8 file.
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