Hi,

At Sun, 4 Aug 2002 02:25:35 +0900,
Ned Konz wrote:
> Unicode is *defined* to be representable using 2-byte numbers. There 
> are provisions for using sequences of two (or more now?) of these 
> numbers to represent characters outside the basic 64K or so. There 
> are few applications that deal fully with these extended characters 
> ("surrogate pairs"?); Java (for instance) doesn't.

I guess you mean UTF-16, one of variable length encodings, it
would be supported by M17N ruby.

-- 
Nobu Nakada