From: Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jul 04 2008 - 00:28:37 CDT
This has come up due to a debate on the Python development list and I could
not immediately find a definite answer.
When you have the U+D800 - U+DFFF range for creating code points using
surrogate pairs and you take for example U+20045 it will be created as:
U+D840 U+DC45. Are these, by themselves only code units or are they also
Personally I'm leaning to the code units only answer since you need this
range's code units to build a valid code point. But history has proven
enough times I can be quite mistaken, so I'd like some verification on this.
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