PHP charset/encoding FAQ - Kore Nordmann - PHP / Projects / Politics By Kore Nordmann, first published at Fri, 30 May 2008 09:10:32 +0200 General What is the difference between unicode and UTF-8/UTF-16/...? Unicode is a charset, which means just a set of characters, which says nothing about how the characters are actually stored (mapped to bytes). UTF-8 / UTF-16 / ... are encodings which define how a character is mapped to bytes in a string or byte array. Between UTF-8, UTF-16 and UTF-32 basically the amount of bytes used to encode some character differs.
Concurrent Versions System - Adding, removing, and renaming files and directories Go to the first, previous, next, last section, table of contents. In the course of a project, one will often add new files. Likewise with removing or renaming, or with directories. The general concept to keep in mind in all these cases is that instead of making an irreversible change you want CVS to record the fact that a change has taken place, just as with modifying an existing file. The exact mechanisms to do this in CVS vary depending on the situation. Adding files to a directory
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