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The 2005/07/21 draft disallows surrogate code points, namely those between
#xD800 and #xDFFF inclusive. In Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 and later, the
file system and registry use UTF-16LE for encoding names. They allow bare
surrogate code points. For example, I can create a file called
"\uD802.ss" in Windows. How would I be able to open this file in Scheme
with the given proposal?
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