Suppose that there is a natural word break between XY, and no natural
word break between YZ. Then here are the word counts:
So ap<ZWSP>ple will count as two words, but ap<ZWNBSP>ple counts as one.
Now, we are actually talking about word selection and arrow keying, but
this is related to line breaking, so looking at UTR#14 Line Breaking
Properties (http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr14/) might be
> >Yes, the ZWNBSP (and ZWSP) should also affect word selection,
> e.g. with double click or control arrow. They will only affect
> it in conditions where they make a change; for example,
> ap<ZWNBSP>ple and apple will each count as a single word for
> double click or control arrow.
> I was thinking ap<ZWNBSP>ple would count as two.
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