On Mon, 5 Aug 2002, Clifford Heath wrote:

> Curt Sampson wrote:
> > Remember, Unicode uses 16-bit code values,
>
> No. Unicode uses UCS-4 characters, 32 bits. It also provides UCS-2,
> which has surrogates, which don't allow easy extension to encoding
> all UCS-4 characters.

These statements are both very wrong. Please consult the Unicode
specification or read previous messages here under this subject
line.

cjs
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