>> ** FF is higher-level formatting, you'd have to interpret it separately.
>> @@ In particular, you would definitely interpret it as a block separator.
No, no, please, no! Whitespace, please, or some new category. FF can come
in the middle of a paragraph, or a sentence, or even a word.
>That's one area where I'd love more guidance from Unicode. FF is, I think,
>a reasonable requirement for plain-text files, so I would have liked
>Unicode to tell me more about it, or provide a PAS -- page separator.
>P.S.3. Someone in this thread stated that LF was a paragraph separator
>in Unix. I see it as a line separator.
Another good example of the confusion we need to prevent.
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