On Thu, 20 Jan 2000, Mark E. Davis wrote:
> - "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.)
No. There is a "Rial" sign in the ISIRI-3342, the National Iranian
Standard, which is not yet in the Unicode.
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