>>KW> You forgot to include the NON-COMBINING COMBINING MARK
that marks >KW> the preceding combining mark as not combining.
>Your decimal is showing. That is, of course U+0020. (U+0032 is
DIGIT TWO.) But good point.
One other point, though: U+0020 used in this way marks the
*following* combining mark as not combining, not the
*preceding* combining mark.
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