Unicode is not "everywhere"...
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Thu Aug 22 15:24:31 EDT 2019
Dar Scott wrote:
> Concerning 22335...
> 1. I wonder if anyone uses shell() to return binary values.
In the modern Unicode world, what is "text" and what is "binary"?
I believe MacOS' HFS+ and Win's NFS use UTF-16 natively, Linux EXT4
It might seem simple to have a habit of running file names through
textDecode, but since fopen uses ANSI I'm not sure what the implications
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