|Re: \u0000 in strings behaviour intended? [message #529555 is a reply to message #529544]
||Mon, 26 April 2010 10:55
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
Christian is asking about support for non-null non-empty strings that |
contains the unicode character at code point 0 (zero). Likely there are
limitations here because of platform issues as well, i.e., the null
character is often used as a string terminator...
> Christian, I am not sure whether I understood your problem exactly. In
> many cases, SWT does not accept null string due to the platform
> constraints as many of the platforms does not support accepting it.
> For that reason, it is valid to pass an empty string ("") instead of
> null string.
> Please elaborate your problem if this hasn't answered your question.
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