From: Samir.Mehrotra@mail.iflexsolutions.com
Date: Thu Apr 27 2000 - 07:09:19 EDT

HI all,
   I have a doubt about the the storage patterns of the different character
sets of Unicode, especially UCS-2. UTF-8 can store upto Six Bytes /
character (however the maximum for any character as of now is 3 bytes....),

What about UCS-2? does this character set requires two bytes for each and
every character that is encoded in it or the number of bytes depends on
character to character i.e, a character from English requires a single byte
whereas a character from the CJKV requires 2 bytes.

Thanks & Regards,
Samir Mehrotra,
       Samir.Mehrotra@iflexsolutions.com (off.)
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