Date: Wed, 07.10.20 00:51
06 Oct 20, Benny Pedersen wrote to Kai Richter:
KR>> HTML will need multiple bytes to define a symbol.
BP> same as unicode when its 8 bit charters
You got the point. You will have multibytes in unicode and multibytes plus
html<tags> around it.
BP> programmers dont understand double encodeing problems
You can't blame a standard for that. There will be programmers that don't
understand html too.
KR>> the software must know which symbol have to be displayed for that
KR> KR>> multibyte sequence.
BP> and unicode solve that much better then html, hmm
I never said that. You must have the multibyte sequence to define the symbol.
Why adding memory space and cpu requiring htmltags around it? I don't see the
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