From: Shachar Shemesh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Oct 30 2010 - 15:59:34 CDT
On 30/10/10 02:45, Leonardo Boiko wrote:
> Only UTF-16 though, which brings SMSâ€™s already appaling low 160/140
> character limit to a measly 70.
Sorry for going off topic here, but this means that new emoji
(emoticons) code points for Unicode 6.0.0 are going to be very costly,
being as it is that they are in the UTF-16 surrogate area..... This
might actually risk adoption, IMHO.
-- Shachar Shemesh Lingnu Open Source Consulting Ltd. http://www.lingnu.com
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