Johan Cowan noted:
> Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> > If you want to see them, go to the Unicode Standard, Version 1.0, page
> > 180, where they are printed larger than life:
> I had understood that Unicode 1.0 was now unavailable.
Correct. If you didn't buy your copy when it was available, you're
out of luck. :-)
> > Decompositions are done for the *characters*, not for
> > the *glyphs*. And for Latin uppercase/lowercase pairs, it is an
> > ironclad rule that a canonical decompositions must involve the same sequence
> > of combining marks.
> This is doubtless a fine rule, but (like all fine rules) ought to be
> documented somewhere. I have never heard it before.
Well, we considered this self-evident, but apparently it is not.
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