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I don’t think you understand the purpose of UTF-8 very well. It is just an encoding that allows you to store all kinds of characters. Choosing the encoding is more a technical decision and since you are creating a multi-lingual application and have the ability to choose UTF-8 it looks like the encoding you need. It is your application that decides what to ...


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You should never limit it, unless you have a very good reason. The users can sometimes innovate in unsuspected ways (it is said that tea bags where for test, and the consumers began to ask it in that way). Comments: A big NO, unless your system has some very strange use. You could wanna talk about a Greek person (say Socrates: Σωκράτης) in Spanish ...



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