From: Lori Brownell <loribr@MICROSOFT.com>
Subject: RE: Unicode Imcompatibilities on Windows 95/NT
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 1998 18:25:05 -0800
> or tables to convert that data to Unicode or UTF-8 directly. Once in
> Unicode there should be no problems.
I think you may misunderstand real implementations for Windows 95/NT
Because unocode font glyph and collation data depend on an used
language, general unicode-based systems have them for only subset area
of unicode. For example, Windows 95/NT did so.
Please look U+301C by an "Unicode character code table" program by
japanese fonts on Windows 95/NT. This character is defined in JIS
X0221 mappings and used in other unicode-based japanized systems. This
character isn't displayed on Windows 95/NT.
And I doubt windows program can compare them.
A good solution may be that all unicode-based japanese systems treat
all unicode character used in all japanese<->unicode mapping. And
additional japanese industrial standards may be needed.
Kazuhiro Kazama (email@example.com) Ingrid Project
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