Mark Leisher wrote:
> The black square representing 0xFFFE and 0xFFFF in the Unicode book might be
> mistaken for one of the characters from the BLOCK ELEMENTS section of Unicode.
> How about a black square with a white "FFFF" in the middle? Maybe someone
> can come up with something more clever.
How about a white background with an empty black rectangle (like
Windows' no-glyph glyph). People may already be familiar with this.
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