Definitions

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  • n. Initialism of Unicode Transformation Format: Any of various algorithms that map Unicode codepoints to unique sequences of bytes.
  • n. Initialism of Universal Transfer Format.

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  • Therefore, you may have difficulties trying to define a table with only VARCHAR (65532) if the character set uses multi-byte characters, such as UTF-8.

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  • These code points do not correspond to any abstract characters directly; instead, pairs of surrogates are (in certain Unicode encodings, such as UTF-16) interpreted as characters beyond the Basic Multilingual Plane.

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  • If there is data in an encoding which uses surrogate pairs (such as UTF-16), then that data should be read in using the

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  • This is why it is still important to specify the Unicode character encoding (charset), such as UTF-8, for all communications.

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  • The Consortium also defines how conversion occurs between character sets such as UTF-7 and UTF-8.

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  • All command line applications: new command line parameter / CE for specifying the output encoding (such as UTF-8 or UTF-16 a.k.a. Unicode) string

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  • Presented as a Cops-style mockumentary, the series is set one year after the initial infestation, and follows the members of L.A.'s Undead Task Force or UTF as they deal with vampires, zombies, and other denizens of the night.

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  • Havock - maybe your version of wordpad has been set to accept UTF characters?

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  • These days Project Gutenberg has been branching out into some e-formats, but straight ASCII/UTF text is still their native format.

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  • My XHTML wouldn't validate without a UTF Unicode Transformation FormatDeclarion either, something like: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?

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