[Tutor] Why difference between printing string & typing its object reference at the prompt?

Albert-Jan Roskam fomcl at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 9 09:16:10 CEST 2012

> I am not up (yet) on the details of Unicode that Python 3 defaults to
> for strings, but I believe I comprehend the general concept. Looking
> at the string escape table of chapter 2 it appears that Unicode
> characters can be either 16-bit or 32-bit. That must be a lot of
> potential characters! 
Yes, 1,114,112 code points: http://tinyurl.com/8pd586k
The picture is part of this presentation: http://farmdev.com/talks/unicode/

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