Mix encodings in a document?

Deke Smith deke at tallent.com
Wed Sep 23 17:31:17 BST 1998

John Cowan, cowan at locke.ccil.org said on 9/23/98 10:02 AM:

>ISO-10646-UCS-2 is near enough UTF-16; UTF-16 only implies that
>surrogates are correctly processed, and decent UCS-2 implementations
>will at worst leave surrogates alone.

And what is the implications of this (if any) for XML rendering? I'm not 
sure of what you mean by "surrogates are correctly processed."

Thanks for everyone's answers. They have helped.

Deke Smith
Tallent Communications Group, Brentwood TN
deke at tallent.com, 615-661-9878
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