From: Jon Hanna (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 23 2005 - 06:26:28 CDT
Lasse Kärkkäinen / Tronic wrote:
>How is "basic source character set" defined? ASCII? Is \x6F still OK, or is
>using the character "o" the only option?
There is a set of characters defined in ISO/IEC 14882. It includes the
ASCII alphanumerics, the symbols that have defined meanings in C/C++ and
the underscore. They don't have to be defined according to any given
encoding and as such \x6F may not be "o", though the use of encodings
that are incompatible with ASCII for that range is relatively rare, but
still a concern if complete cross-platform compliance is a potential issue.
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