Question: Which of the following statements are true about UTF and Unicode?

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Question: Which of the following statements are true about UTF?

A. UTF characters are all 8 bits.

B. UTF characters are all 16 bits

C. UTF characters are all 24 bits

D. Unicode characters are all 16 bits

E. Bytecode characters are all 16 bits.

Answer:Only D is correct. UTF characters are as big as they need to be. Unicode characters are all 16 bits. There is no such thing as a Bytecode character; bytecode is the format generated by the Java compiler.

 

 

 

 


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