Re: [WebIDL] "proper UTF-16 string"

Geoffrey Sneddon:
> In section 3.7.12 DOMString, Web IDL speaks of a "proper UTF-16
> string". However, it is not defined what a "proper UTF-16 string"
> is. I presume it means a valid UTF-16 string (per D30e of Unicode
> 4.0 and D89 of Unicode 5.1). The simplest solution would be to
> change "proper UTF-16 string" to "valid UTF-16 string".

Done, thanks.

Cameron McCormack ≝

Received on Sunday, 30 August 2009 23:28:53 UTC