RE: Hyphenation Points

From: Glenn Adams (
Date: Mon Jan 06 1997 - 23:55:03 EST

At 12:57 PM 1/6/97 -0800, unicode@Unicode.ORG wrote:

>ZWJ has different semantics from a "don't hyphenate here" (ZWDH)
>character, which is used to overrule hyphenation algorithms. ZWJ is
>used to control joining of cursive fonts, and in principle might allow
>hyphenation at such a point. I can't find any Unicode character that
>means "don't hyphenate here",

U+FEFF ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK SPACE (also known as the byte order mark)
is what you want here. See the description on page 6-131 of Version 2.0.


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