Re: Why would MS want to make XML break on UNIX, Perl, Python
On Friday 21 December 2001 08:35 am, Richard Tobin wrote: > In article <E16HFW6-0005JX-00@s...> you write: > >This is still not a reason to allow control codes. You know, as well as I > > do, that they *will* cause problems. > > I cannot see why they would cause any problems that UTF-16 doesn't. Sure, but then you talk about NUL being bad. UTF-16 includes a lot of zero bytes (as you know) so the point is moot. Even in US-ASCII, these things are going to be an issue.
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