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From: John Max Skaller <skaller@o...>
Subject: Re: Unicode (was RE: JIT-compilation for OCaml?)
Nickolay Semyonov wrote:
> 
> Nickolay Semyonov wrote:
> 
> Xavier Leroy wrote:
> 
>  > Shall we "do it right" (for some notion of "right") or favor
>  > interoperability?  Hard question.  My current answer is to
>  > procrastinate...  Actually, multi-byte encoded strings (UTF-8) are
> not
>  > so bad and already have full support in OCaml :-)
>  >
> 
>  Er, where? Am I missed something?


	Ocaml is '8 bit clean', which means that strings of bytes
may be interpreted by user code as UTF-8 encoded ISO-10646 code points.

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