> On Tue, 15 Jun 1999, Kevin Bracey wrote:
> > You could always try buying a copy of the Unicode Standard. :)
> > Has a CD-ROM with the data on it. If your manager would approve such an
> > outrageous extravagance. The financial assistance might then pay for the
> > service you demand.
> > And sort your silly quoting out, you two.
> But it contains an old version of the standard, namely 2.0. What if we
> want a copy of 2.1.8?
You can use http://ftpsearch.lycos.com/ to find existing mirrors.
Search for entries like "UNIDATA", "ftp.unicode.org" or
BTW, 2.1.8 is also old. The latest is 2.1.9 :-).
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