John Cowan said:
> In fact, the
> lowercase "i" with dot can be represented by U+0069 U+0307, normal "i"
> followed by COMBINING DOT ABOVE.
The Unicode Standard, 2.0, pages 6-7ff, talks about this a little. These
are not canonical equivalents, so please don't encourage that sort of thing.
You might be able to get the right glyph displayed (i.e., regular "i" with a
dot), but 0069+0307 is not equivalent to 0069 alone...
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