Re: 32'nd bit & UTF-8

From: Hans Aberg (
Date: Thu Jan 20 2005 - 14:46:52 CST

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    On 2005/01/20 15:35, Mark E. Shoulson at wrote:

    >> On 2005/01/20 09:40, Arcane Jill at wrote:

    >>>> The problem is that platforms such as UNIX use different methods to
    >>>> determine file encodings that file contents, and there are other problems
    >>>> with it, see <>

    >>> I am not clear why you keep citing this web page. It is not definitive. This
    >>> one is:

    >> The webpage you mention s perhaps definitive to Unicode.

    > I thought Unicode was indeed what we were discussing on this list.

    Hopefully. But hopefully Unicode should also be used for something, like
    representing characyers in computers for example, and that ought to be
    essential for Unicode discussions as well. Or what do you think?

      Hans Aberg

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