Re: [dev] sed breaks utf8 in [ ]

From: FRIGN <>
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2015 23:35:17 +0200

On Mon, 30 Mar 2015 17:28:45 -0400
Roger <> wrote:

> I recently fell back to using only ASCII (or C/POSIX), as I realized I do not
> use any UTF-8 chars, etc. (Eh, Windows now uses UTF-16 by default from what I
> hear, and I don't even speak any Asian languages!)

This is the wrong way to go. UTF-16 vs UTF-8 goes too far and many other people
already elaborated on this.

> Less chars equals less processor and memory usage. ;-)

If you use ASCII-chars only, UTF-8 will be 0 overhead. I repeat: 0 overhead.

> No need for funky apostrophe usage within the English language.
> Maybe I now need to Internationalize the sound of my surname, because it sounds
> too ASCII?

Are you a troll?



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