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Re^5: How do unpack templates workby BrowserUk (Patriarch)
|on Jul 20, 2012 at 20:35 UTC||Need Help??|
I do not understand your output in this case 'vzI..'
The last of the 4 characters, the ═ bit, is just a side effect of pasting console output into PMs code block.
Somewhere along the line, some characters with the high-bit set (ie. chars greater than 127) get converted into unicode html escape sequences.
Outside of a code block that looks like this: ═, which is exactly how it appeared on my console prior to C&P.
Is this behaviour unique to C?
No, it also applies to 'c' & 'W'.
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