I was testing the isLetter method in 1.1.3 on some Katakana characters
and found that the following characters were identified as letters:
\u30FC Katakana-Hiragana Prolonged Sound Mark
\u30FD Katakana Iteration Mark
\u30FE Katakana Voiced Iteration mark
This seems incorrect according to Java's explanation:
* A character is considered to be a letter if and only if
* it is specified to be a letter by the Unicode 2.0 standard
* (category "Lu", "Ll", "Lt", "Lm", or "Lo" in the Unicode
* specification data file).
* Note that most ideographic characters are considered
* to be letters (category "Lo") for this purpose.
Has anyone else noticed this?
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