Unicode surrogate block in XML?

Rick Jelliffe ricko at allette.com.au
Sat Sep 18 17:38:44 BST 1999

From: Paul W. Abrahams <abrahams at valinet.com> 

 >Is it really correct to refer to #x10FFFF, say, as a Unicode
>character, since Unicode characters are limited to 16 bits 

If Tony wanted to be exact he would have said "Universal Character
Set character" or something similar. But then no-one would understand
what he meant! 

Rick Jelliffe

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