> utf-8 encoded litteral DO work in C, without glitch.

Assuming the functions in any library (including the C library) you
pass such UTF-8 encoded strings to expects them to be UTF-8...

And UTF-8-encoded wide string literals hardly work correctly unless
you explicitly tell the compiler that the codeset of the source file
is UTF-8, so that it knows how to convert from UTF-8 in the file to
the correct wchar_t sequence.


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