Ar 02:44 -0700 1998-09-02, scríobh Kevin Bracey:
>Would it be sensible then to set up my mapping tables so that ISO 8859-2:1987
>character "10/10 CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA" maps to U+0218 rather than
>U+015E? I understand that ISO are revising the 8859 series to tie in with
>10646 - is this being discussed?
Not your mapping tables. The character in ISO/IEC 8859-2 _is_ CAPITAL
LETTER S WITH CEDILLA. It shouldn't be, but it _is_.
You may wish to use conversion software to normalize text written in Latin
2 to _convert_ CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA to CAPITAL LETTER S WITH COMMA
BELOW. This would enable texts to be properly encoded in the UCS, and to be
compatible with existing Romanian standards.
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