Re: ANN: Gorille 0.3
1/10/2002 1:42:19 PM, Elliotte Rusty Harold <elharo@m...> wrote: >You're only having trouble because Java's char type is brain-damaged >in that a Java char actually represents a UTF-16 code point rather >than a Unicode character. If Java's char type were four bytes instead >of two, or an object instead of a primitive type, none of this would >be bothering you. Does anyone know what Sun's plans to remedy (or ignore) this might be? What about the Microsoft common runtime thingie, does it support 32-bit characters?
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