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On 7/22/05, Thomas Lord <lord@xxxxxxx> wrote: > At Thu, 21 Jul 2005 15:45:34 -0700, Thomas Lord wrote: > >> If CHARs are codepoints, more basic Unicode algorithms translate > >> into Scheme cleanly. > > > I don't see what you mean. Can you provide an example? > > How about: Emitting a UTF-16 encoded stream of the contents > of a string? Doesn't that sound like an application for > WRITE-CHAR? Or is that the kind of thing one shouldn't > be able to do in portable Scheme? How can you use WRITE-CHAR to implement an encoding routine? WRITE-CHAR is already going to have it's own encoding semantics. You need a binary I/O facility like WRITE-BYTE or WRITE-BINARY-UINT16 to implement your own encoding procedures. -- Alex