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Re^2: Arabic to Hex and Hex to Arabicby afoken (Abbot)
|on Jul 29, 2017 at 10:58 UTC||Need Help??|
I don't know anything about UCS
UCS is essentially a legacy set of encodings for Unicode. UCS-2 is a two byte encoding, UCS-4 uses four bytes.
UCS-2 is very similar to UTF-16, except that only characters in the BMP are allowed. UCS-2 has no concept of surrogates. You can read UCS-2 like you would read UTF-16. And if you write UTF-16 without surrogates, you also have written UCS-2. UTF-16 with surrogates is not compatible with UCS-2.
UCS-4 is very similar to UTF-32, capable of encoding
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