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You almost never need to deal with the binary UTF-8 encoding in Vim (or indeed, almost anywhere, including programming languages); for the most part you can just forget it exists as Vim takes cares of all of that for you: you just need to deal with the Unicode codepoints. You can think of Unicode codepoints as the "human interface" and UTF-8 as one ...


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