[Issue 391] New: .sort and .reverse break utf8 encoding
newshound at digitalmars.com
Tue Oct 3 18:45:59 PDT 2006
Derek Parnell wrote:
> On Tue, 03 Oct 2006 21:43:46 +0100, Stewart Gordon wrote:
>> d-bugmail at puremagic.com wrote:
>>> writefln("sorted"); validate(a.sort); // fails
>>> writefln("reversed"); validate(a.reverse); // fails
>> AIUI sort and reverse are defined to sort/reverse the individual
>> elements of the array, rather than the Unicode characters that make up a
>> string. But hmm....
> Yes, I realize that but it makes Walter's statements that char is all we
> need and we do not need a 'string' a bit weaker.
.sort and .reverse should reverse the unicode characters. If you want to
reverse/sort the individual bytes, you should cast it to a ubyte first.
Both behaviors will be fixed in the next update.
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