Unicode program representation
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Mon Apr 3 18:11:39 CEST 2000
Neil Hodgson <neilh at hare.net.au> wrote:
> > however, perfectly valid ISO Latin 1 strings (or any other standard
> > 8-bit encoding) are invalid UTF-8 strings. changing the default to
> > UTF-8 this is likely to break many existing scripts.
> But there are relatively few scripts currently using the u" form since
> has yet to appear in a release version of Python.
hmm. wouldn't that mean that we end up using different encodings
in different parts of the script? feels a little scary, to say the least...
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