Monday, June 11, 2007

IronPython and Unicode

Because IronPython strings are .NET strings, they are already Unicode strings. This means that string handling can be slightly different than with CPython. Generally things are better (less places where implicit decodes happen), but as always there are pitfalls. This entry notes a couple of the differences:

IronPython and Unicode

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