On Tue, Jun 08, 1999 at 12:27:07PM -0700, Alain wrote:
> A 11:49 99-06-08 -0700, Sandra O'donnell USG a écrit :
> >Do we know of an existing
> >or likely need for a system to be able to enter Unicode in hex without
> >having the usual hex digits available?
> [Alain] Well, a twisted case can be deduced from previous messages: the
> telephone keypad... One has to invent a pattern-matching trick with actual
> decimal numbers to enter the 5 additional hex digits of the hexadecimal
Hmm... Maybe it is time we started using octal numbers again?
That way we wouldn't need to worry about whether A-F / a-f exists, or
the layout/placements of A-Z on telephones?
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