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Looking for more examples of Unicode/Ansi oddities in Delphi 2009+

The Wiert Corner – At the end of April 2014, Roman Yankovsky started a nice discussion on Google+ trying to get upvotes for QualityCentral Report #:  124402: Compiler bug when comparing chars. His report basically comes down to that when using Ansi character literals like #255, the compiler treats them as single-byte encoded characters in the current code page of your Windows context, translates them to Unicode, then processes them. The QC report has been dismissed as “Test Case Error” (within 15 minutes of stating “need more info”) by one of the compiler engineers, directing to the ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2017-09-25 07:04


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