From: Philippe Verdy (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Oct 14 2007 - 04:10:32 CDT
Michael S. Kaplan wrote:
> He is trying to prove one of those three lessons that Roger Fenwick
> while he was at Oxford, the one about verbiage...
You're trying to prove I was wrong, despite I have NEVER stated what you are
pretended I have said.
I have not indicated ANY place where the fallbacks are tacken. I have ONLY
indicated that .Net provides support for other fallbacks (using other
replacement character or using exceptions or returning conversion errors).
I have not said ANYTHING about the default behaviour in .Net or its source
And anyway, the Unicode mappings are not normative, they are just the
informative status of most common implementations including Windows, which
are considered also to be the most acceptable (but with known defects too).
So Windows can still do what it wants in its Win32 MBCS/Multibyte conversion
APIs, and implement it another way in .Net, I don't care, given that they
are customizable in both cases.
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