From: Frank Ellermann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 12 2007 - 13:20:25 CST
Doug Ewell wrote:
> I get the impression from reading ECMA 48 that these control sequences
> are defined directly on byte values, not character values. That means
> they could not be used with Unicode character encoding schemes such as
> UTF-16, UTF-7, or SCSU, which represent U+001B as something other than
> the single byte 0x1B. It also means they *could* be used with UTF-8.
> Is this correct?
I'm not sure that I understand your question. Where the UTF-16 or SCSU
versions of <CRLF> don't work as <CRLF> you have a problem. In that
sense the answer could be "yes". For a new related Internet Draft see
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