m.schaber at codesys.com
Wed Sep 17 09:42:34 CEST 2014
It seems I have to correct myself:
Von: Markus Schaber
> While Python 2 existed in 16- and 32-bit Unicode flavours, Python 3 was UCS-4 from the beginning. All strings are full unicode.
> (In Python 3.3, they included an optimization to use 8 or 16 bit for strings which do not actually use higher code points, but this is purely an internal optimization: https://docs.python.org/3.4/whatsnew/3.3.html#pep-393)
It seems that this is not true - python 3.2 and older seemingly still had the two flavours, using surrogates internally if necessary.
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