How does Vim name the various Unicode encodings?

Utf-8 is called utf-8 or utf8; utf-16 is called ucs-2 or ucs2; utf-32 is called ucs-4 or ucs4. Also, you may specify endianness (except for utf-8 which does not vary for endianness) by appending le for little-endian or be for big-endian. If you create a file with an encoding of ucs-2 or ucs-4 without specifying endianness, Vim will use what is typical of your machine.

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