Subject: Re: Terminology
From: Steve Downey (sdowney_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-06-11 09:18:06
> I do not think these distinctions matter in the standard at all - and I
> recommend using the term *character encoding *(which applies to all
> character encodings, whereas CEF/CES are Unicode specific), BUT we may want
> to specify the endianness of UTF-16 and UTF-32 to be implementation-defined.
> Implementation defined, but consistent with integers. That is, U'\u1234'
must be a char32_t with the value 1234. I am fairly certain we require this
A library facility that decodes UTF32LE would operate on bytes, not
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