From: Venugopalan G (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jun 27 2009 - 07:34:51 CDT
I just want to know if a valid UTF16 string can contain the value zero(0),
not the character zero but the 16bit value zero.
Like, if i iterate through each unicode character(16 bits), will i find zero
at any time? Is Zero a valid code point or a part of a code point?
Basically can i use zero to represent termination of a U16 string? because
if zero is in the middle of str, then the program will terminate in wrong
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