* Bastian Blank <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 2009-08-11, 22:24:
> Not necessarily. Any sane implementation should just use wchar_t Which could be UTF16 and therefore still has complicatd length semantics.No, wchar_t is UCS-4 (or UCS-2 in esoteric implementations like Windows).
And in the most esoteric (while still conforming to the C standard) implementations it is not related to Unicode at all.
-- Jakub Wilk