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From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-23 04:56:55

> No, rather than the error check was on by default. Some people want it off
> as the default.
> As far as Unicode strings are concerned, the question is a little
> different. Is it well defined behavior to create a string that does not
> meet the Unicode invariants? If so, can ordinary operations break
> invariants, or is such dangerous activity restricted to "experts only"
> functions?

For what it's worth: the Unicode standard *requires* conforming
implementations to neither accept nor generate ill-formed Unicode sequences.

Ref: Unicode Chapter3 C12 and C12a.


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