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UTF-32

(Unicode Transformation Format-32) A four-byte format in the Unicode coding system. See Unicode.
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While each character represents at most 4 bytes, the Unicode standard actually defines 3 encoding forms (UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32) that allow the same character to be transmitted in a byte, word, or double work format (i.e., in 8,16, or 32 bit per code unit).