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Chapter: Basic values and types #6
After some discussion on Discord, I think the claim
Is wrong. It also goes against the docs here:
What really seems to happen is that if you use Reason string literals, it encodes in utf-8 but saves it to a JS-string. So the underlying type does support Unicode, and there is full interoperation between JS-strings and Reason strings. You just need to use the JS syntax to express unicode.