On 2009-10-05, Dmitry A. Kazakov <mail...@dmitry-kazakov.de> wrote:
But in Unicode, (printable) characters can be multiple codepoints. Specially
>>> But which is better?
>> Depends on your definition of character. Is s really a character, a
> I think that character string should obviously consist of characters, where
languages that allow combining of accents need this iirc.
The trouble of using codepoints as character, is that to access s[n] you
> To bring a particular encoding into the picture one should have strings ofI'm talking about any realistic choice to be used as internal storage inside
> octets (for UTF-8) strings of words (UTF-16) etc. These are different types
> which basically have nothing to do with String.
"String", and how it translates to String's properties. Other types not
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