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Comparison of Unicode encodings

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  1. This article compares Unicode encodings

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. Two situations are considered: eight-bit-clean environments and environments like Simple Mail Transfer Protocol that forbid use of byte values that have the high bit set

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  3. The tables below list the number of bytes per code point for different Unicode ranges

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  4. Originally such prohibitions were to allow for links that used only seven data bits, but they remain in the standards and so software must generate messages that comply with the restrictions. Standard Compression Scheme for Unicode and Binary Ordered

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  5. A UTF-8 file that only contains ASCII characters is identical to an ASCII file

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