Is there a unicode EOF mark like DOS ascii ctl-z or unix crl-d ?
Erik Max Francis
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Mon Sep 8 03:01:17 CEST 2003
Bengt Richter wrote:
> I couldn't find one.
Unicode subsumes the normal ASCII control characters, so U0004 is EOT
(end of transmission) just like 0x04 in ASCII is:
Unicode also includes a _symbol_ for it at U2404.
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