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Subject: RE: Embedded language ID proposal
To: unicode@unicode.org

The most recent proposal for embedded language identifiers would seem to =20
fit the need. For texts that change languages often (such as lexicons =20
and dictionaries), it may bloat the text considerably, depending upon the =20=
id of the particular language. In that case it would be a good portable =20
solution but not necessarily a good storage solution. Aside from that, =20
the proposal has tremendous merit. Selection of which codepoints to use =20
for the 16 bits might be better placed at the end of the private use area =20=
if it is to be there at all. Our display engine uses that area for =20

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