Wrong-length byte sequence 4 should be 2
|Character || |
|Character name ||DATA LINK ESCAPE
|Hex code point ||0010 |
|Decimal code point ||16 |
|Hex UTF-8 bytes ||10 |
|Octal UTF-8 bytes ||20 |
|UTF-8 bytes as Latin-1 characters bytes ||<10> |
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