>- "can represent all of the computerized text in the world"
>("all" being slightly broad; there will always be some
exceptions, if someone is using a specialized font to represent
characters not in Unicode. Maybe "essentially all"? Could be
"all" if the private use zones are counted.)
Well, if you're going to count private use, then you can say
now it supports all existing (and probably future) scripts. But
I don't think that's conveying what you'd want.
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