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character strings versus byte strings Matthew Flatt (22 Dec 2003 14:16 UTC)
Re: character strings versus byte strings Per Bothner (22 Dec 2003 17:09 UTC)
Re: character strings versus byte strings Matthew Flatt (22 Dec 2003 17:23 UTC)
Re: character strings versus byte strings tb@xxxxxx (22 Dec 2003 20:23 UTC)
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Re: character strings versus byte strings Tom Lord (22 Dec 2003 22:36 UTC)
Re: character strings versus byte strings tb@xxxxxx (22 Dec 2003 22:41 UTC)
Re: character strings versus byte strings Shiro Kawai (22 Dec 2003 23:00 UTC)
Re: character strings versus byte strings Michael Sperber (23 Dec 2003 09:36 UTC)

Re: character strings versus byte strings tb@xxxxxx 22 Dec 2003 20:23 UTC

Matthew Flatt <xxxxxx@cs.utah.edu> writes:

>  * For Scheme characters, pick a specific encoding, probably one of
>    UTF-16, UTF-32, UCS-2, or UCS-4 (but I don't know which is the right
>    choice).

Wrong.  A Scheme character should be a codepoint.  The representation
of code points as sequences of bytes should be under the hood.