Re: Hardcoded insert string for the event messages

On Friday, February 4, 2011 12:02:36 AM UTC-6, Tim Roberts wrote:
I guess that depends on your definition. ASCII, by definition, consists
only of the first 128 characters. Those characters DO all convert to
Unicode through simple sign-extension.

Yeah. Defining the ASCII character set as being only the lower 128 characters is kind of like defining text strings by default as "char" variables in C, which is equally senseless in practice, isn't it? There is a full range of ASCII plus extended ASCII within the standard 8-bit byte ... why not always go there?

- Rick C. Hodgin

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