Gregg Reynolds wrote:
> In a semi-serious vein: wouldn't box-score notation be a suitable
> candidate for encoding? It's pretty standard, has a specific syntax,
> and is spoken by millions.
It's definitely a higher-level protocol. It's just like music notation:
two-dimensional layout, uses symbols not otherwise found in plain text,
and relies heavily on the relative positioning of these symbols.
A computer encoding of baseball scoring notation would be cool, but it's
not within the scope of Unicode.
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