Subject: Re: Is the concept of basic execution character sets useful?
From: Corentin (corentin.jabot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-02-03 14:45:56
On Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at 9:22 PM Jens Maurer <Jens.Maurer_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On 03/02/2021 19.22, Corentin wrote:
> > I thought we had discussed that the standard library has certain
> > facilities with locale-dependent character set.
> > I haven't found a mention of "execution character set" in the library
> > wording, so I'm interested in learning how these locale-dependent
> > character sets are described / referenced.
> > There is a whole new paragraph in the library introduction (page 10).
> That paragraph doesn't define the term "execution character set",
> for example.
That paragraph is (supposed to be) the definition. these terms are not
mentioned before and are introduced in this paragraph which (attempts to)
> And I have trouble parsing the sentences here. In particular, I
> don't understand to what
> "with the same value in the execution character set"
> refers to ("the same" relative to what?)
Same code point value.
Say your literal encoding is ASCII, the code point value for 'A' is 65,
then the execution encoding is such that the code point value of A is also
I struggled a bit with the formulation.
I'm trying to say that both the execution character set and encoding are
""super sets"" of the literal ones, but "super set" of encoding does not
seem like a good formulation.
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