Re: What does it mean to "not be a valid string in Unicode"?

From: Stephan Stiller <>
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2013 15:10:56 -0800

> A Unicode string in UTF-8 encoding form could be ill-formed if the bytes don't follow the specification for UTF-8, for example.
Given that answer, add "in UTF-32" to my email just now, for
simplicity's sake. Or let's simply assume we're dealing with some sort
of sequence of abstract integers from hex+0 to hex+10FFFF, to abstract
away from "encoding form" issues.

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