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> Lets move on. UTF-8 is your transfer encoding, use UCS-2 in memory
> (unless planning to process ancient Sumerian or something - then use
> UCS-4) and lets all move on to something remotely interesting.
In CJK environments, using UTF-16 for transfer makes sense, because UTF-8
imposes a 50% growth in the size of native-language characters.
That's basically why XML requires both UTF-8 and UTF-16 support of all
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