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11/14/2009

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At the beginning you state: "Unicode does not solve this issue for us (yet)." What is "this issue"?

I figure over the next 10 years we will see plain old text files & HTML/XML use unicode instead of the 8-bit ASCII/UTF-8 charsets. Once that happens we will then be mostly unicode and while we will still have encoding - everything will be using the same encoding which eliminates any need for conversion.

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