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Old 25th February 2012, 00:03   #11  |  Link
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Originally Posted by LoRd_MuldeR View Post
For examplem combine a few Cyrillic, a few Greek, a few Arabic, a few Nepalese and a few Chinese characters in the same file name
OK thanks, I think I will leave these tests up to you... Just confirms my suspicion that I really have no use for unicode.

In theory, they should be identical. But in reality, there can be minor differences due to different compilers or different compiler settings.

You can make a DIFF of the two files, e.g. in Cool Edit or a similar audio editor, by copying the one file to the clipboard and then using "mix paste" with "inverted" option to paste it into the other one.

That DIFF audio file should be pretty much silent. Otherwise we have a problem
Yep, you are right, must be different compiler settings. The DIFF file was almost silent (RMS level -90 dB, one peak at -39 dB).

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