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> Unix paths are nul-byte-terminated

That's the point. The separator is not "/", because "/" would be a character to encode. The separator is a specific byte, and so is the terminator.

> Valid Unicode paths are encoded as UTF-8 on unix systems.

There is no such thing as "unicode paths" on UNIX systems, valid or invalid.




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