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The RFC in question . . .

Which one is that? I didn't know there was a single RFC in question.

And I didn't even post in the thread you linked to. (Update: I see you fixed the link, but I still don't see the "cock-up" you refer to. I think you are sadly confused. Salva's responses in this thread, btw, have only reinforced that I was answering the question he was asking.)

Update: Approximate mentions of " UTF" or "Unicode" in RFCs by year.

1992: 4 1993: 6 1994: 177 1995: 17 1996: 93 1997: 334 1998: 233 1999: 395 2000: 377 2001: 173 2002: 194 2003: 581 2004: 321 2005: 418 2006: 739 2007: 392 2008: 755 2009: 297 2010: 874 2011: 502 2012: 275

"My two cents aren't worth a dime.";

In reply to Re^12: Native newline encoding by sauoq
in thread Native newline encoding by salva

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