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From: Nickolay Semyonov <snob@s...>
Subject: Re: Unicode (was RE: JIT-compilation for OCaml?)
Dave Berry wrote:
> 
>I thought Unicode was a recognised subset of ISO-10646,corresponding to the
> range 0-2^16.  Also, don't Windows NT/2000 use Unicode?
> 
>My knowledge of C/C++ is probably out of date, but I thought they just used
> the wide character type, without requiring a particular internal
> representation.  In what way do ISO C/C++ support ISO-10646?
> 
> (I realise this isn't directly on-topic, but it may be relevant for future
> extensions to OCaml?)
> 

Actually I think that default Ocaml string --- must be unicode (or
ISO-10XXX, that doesn't matter. It is really hard to write multilingual
applications in Ocaml now.

Nickolay