[Python-3000] How will unicode get used?
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Sat Sep 23 13:33:14 CEST 2006
Adam Olsen schrieb:
> Just a minor nit. I doubt we could accept UCS-2, we'd want UTF-16
> instead, with all the variable-width goodness that brings in.
Sure we could; we can currently.
> Or maybe not so minor. Old versions of windows used UCS-2, new
> versions use UTF-16. The former should get errors if too high of a
> character is used, the latter will need conversion if we're not using
Define "used". Surrogate pairs work well in the NTFS of Windows NT 3.1;
no errors are reported.
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