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Re: wide characters and i18n

>> For some purposes, for example, all input data is tagged with a
>> character set (peerhaps implicitly) and it's enough to just make
>> sure you preserve that marking through whatever processing you do.
> You probably refer to the ASCII tags which can enclose arbitrary
> encodings such as those from RFC 2047 here?

That was not what I had in mind, but it actually is a perfectly good
example of the paradigm I was talking about.

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