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Re: Java/Unicode brain damage

> <interesting-thought>If you really want to work internally in UTF-16 or
> UTF-32 in C, get yourself a processor with a 16- or 32-bit byte and a
> Standard C for it

Actually, I'd expect the "wchar_t" type to be either 16 bits (most machines)
or 32 bits (many SVr4 derived distributions) ... and there are standard
libraries to work with "wchar" strings.  Use those, if you're not using UTF-8
encoded "char" strings.

- Dave