Excuse me: "Um, no" is hardly an answer.
What I stated is the general definition of dead keys in the industry, combining character
*typed* before base. Keyboard order does not have to match 1-1 with storage order for
Unicode characters, which is set by the Unicode standard.
Which words did you have trouble with?
Robert Brady wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Sep 1999, Mark E. Davis wrote:
> > Remember, with dead keys the <combining-ring-above> is sent from the terminal *before*
> > the <a>; this is different than the order that the characters are stored in memory.
> Um, no.
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