Why is this successful? I would think the original unicode you had
wouldn't convert in any straight forward way to UTF-8?
Why do you say that? UTF-8 can represent everything in the unicode
Basic Multilingual Plane, which includes most common Japanese. You
only need to go to UTF-16 or UTF-32 (aka UCS4) if you want to use
stuff in the higher planes, which is only typically necessary for dead
languages or relatively infrequently used Chinese/Japanese/Korean
AndyT (lordpixel - the cat who walks through walls)
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