Unicode strings, benchmarks
tgkuo at ms22.hinet.net
Tue Jun 12 00:47:06 UTC 2007
On Tue, 12 Jun 2007 00:28:24 +0200, you wrote:
>Definitively not, and I just don't understand why Chinese is so slow. I
>hope you'll be able too look at that code to see, what's wrong. And
>Chinese is close to Japanese, right? I learned Chinese a bit 20 years
>ago, but this was not of much help - I forgot too much :)
>I'll prepare and publish code and benchmark tomorrow.
Interesting to hear that unicode encoding is possible upon Squeak.
But the new VM/Image that I installed and run under Windows XP box
showed strange characters for the title and any Chinese characters
entered. There is still much conversion done to overcome the
anomalies, I think. Maybe someone had more converted and stable image
for testing ... :-) .
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