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Unicode and You

RemObjects Blogs – In Elements, the native String type on all target platforms uses UTF16 encoding. UTF16 is a great middle-ground, because 16-bits are enough to represent most common Unicode code points, including not just Latin letters, symbols and accents, but also most other commonly used character sets such as Greek, Cyrillic, or most Asian languages.But, it is important to keep in mind that Unicode code points are 24 bits, so there is still a wide range of characters that cannot be expressed in a single 16-bit char. Like its sibling-encoding UTF-8, UTF-16 uses Surrogate Pairs to encode this.Surrogate ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? marc hoffman @ 2019-10-30 19:01

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