From: Chris Jacobs (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Nov 29 2005 - 17:47:49 CST
Richard Wordingham wrote:
> Or some backslash notation. The byte 07 may have a valid
> representation as U+0007, but it is not particularly friendly for
> typing - let alone 0C. Some backslash notation may be appropriate
> for these cases.
I did not mean the U+ notation. I meant the quoted printable notation which
is used in MIME'd usenet news.
The byte 07 would be =07
> Are you sure you need a *unique* string for a byte sequence?
No, and in fact the quoted-printable string is not unique.
The byte 0x41 could be either =41 or A
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