On Mar 11, 2008, at 6:46 PM, 7stud -- wrote:

> James Gray wrote:
>> On Mar 10, 2008, at 10:29 PM, 7stud -- wrote:
>>
>>>> 6
>>>>
>>>> James Edward Gray II
>>>
>>> How does that prove the ruby supports unicode?
>>
>> If the code was not character aware, it would have returned a count  
>> of
>> the bytes in the String (more than six).  String#size, for example.
>>
>>> Where are there any unicode characters in your string?
>>
>> I entered the accented e characters in UTF-8, that's why you see  
>> the -
>> KU switch to tell Ruby the encoding.
>>
>> James Edward Gray II
>
> Ahh, I see.  You think UTF-8 is unicode.

I this UTF-8 is an encoding of Unicode.

> And apparently you think that when you enter a UTF-8 character in a  
> post that everyone will see the character you entered.

I think I included the -KU switch to show you exactly what was going on.

I also think it was pointless for you to be rude about this, so I  
guess you succeeding in proving that what I think doesn't always matter.

James Edward Gray II
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