Re: Quotation marks: Using =?utf-8?B?4oCc4oCd?= instead of ""

>>>>> "Shaun" == Shaun McCance <shaunm gnome org> writes:

Shaun> But plenty of people have been putting UTF-8 string
Shaun> literals in C code for some time, seemingly without
Shaun> problems.

Yes, it works fine with gcc.  You have to make sure you set the
execution character set properly, but the default on most platforms is

The remaining thing that really does not work in gcc in this area is
UCNs.  You're unlikely to ever want those, though, IMNSHO.

I don't know what other compilers do or don't do.


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