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Byte-Order-Mark is a special marker added at the very beginning of an Unicode file encoded in UTF-8, [create UTF-16] or [create UTF-32]. It is used to indicate whether the file uses the big-endian or little-endian byte order. The BOM is mandatory for UTF-16 and UTF-32, but it is optional for UTF-8.

- www.opentag.com/xfaq_enc.htm


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