There are two text representations for non- ASCII characters in Emacs strings (and in buffers): unibyte and multibyte.
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GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual: String Basicsal characters in a string using the functions aref
and aset (see Array Functions). However, note that
length should not be used for computing the width of a
string on display; use string-width (see Size of Displayed Text) instead.
<span>There are two text representations for non- ASCII
characters in Emacs strings (and in buffers): unibyte and multibyte.
For most Lisp programming, you don’t need to be concerned with these
two representations. See Text Representations, for details.
Sometimes key sequences are represented as unibyte st
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