[vorbis] Announce: VCE v0.1.1
crdic at yahoo.com
Sun Feb 11 10:16:18 PST 2001
Michael Smith wrote:
> UTF-8 is a variable-length encoding of 8 bit data, used to encode the full
> unicode range whilst remaining backwards compatible with ascii.
> Alternatives are UTF-16 (which windows (NT at least) uses internally. It's
> also not fixed length, though for MOST uses it is), and a number of others
> that are used less.
I'm not sure whether Windows 2000 supports UTF-16 natively, but I believe
that NT 4.0 only supported UCS-2 (i.e. UTF-16 without surrogate pairs).
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