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Re: Why would MS want to make XML break on UNIX, Perl, Python


utf16 perl unix
On Friday 21 December 2001 08:39 am, Richard Tobin wrote:
> In article <E16HOlz-0002Yo-00@s...> you 
write:
> >On some Unices, "more" will fail to open the file, let alone display it
> >correctly.
>
> How does more on these systems behave with Latin-1, UTF-8 and UTF-16
> files, all of which are already legal?

Of course, the fail with UTF-16. UTF-8 is generally OK. The algorithm appear 
to be with codes <32 appearing in the first 128 bytes or so?


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