Author belopolsky
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On Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 5:03 PM, Marc-Andre Lemburg
<report@bugs.python.org> wrote:
..
>  * same for the Py_UNICODE_NEXT() macro, i.e. Py_UCS4_NEXT()
>
>  * in order to make the macro easier to understand, please rename it to
>  Py_UCS4_READ_CODE_POINT(); that's a little more typing, but still
>  a lot less than without the macro :-)

I am not sure Py_UCS4_ prefix is right here.  (I agree on *SURROGATE*
methods.)  The point of Py_UNICODE_NEXT(ptr, end) is that the pointers
ptr and end are Py_UNICODE* and the macro expands to *p++ on wide
builds.  Maybe Py_UNICODE_NEXT_USC4?
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