I think Jim meant "using the PUA for presentation form glyphs",
and I think he's write that the basic premise of Unicode is to
provide interchangeable encoding of characters (rather than
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On Wed, 23 Feb 2000 Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com wrote:
> James E. Agenbroad wrote:
> >Using the PUA for glyphs sems contrary to the our basic
> Wait. What premises? Who is "we"?
> >but can we prevent consenting users from doing so?
> Ciao. Marco
23, 2000 The 'premise' is for efficient communication among
computers one assigns codes to characters, not glyphs; 'we' is
the authors and users of Unicode. Did I get this wrong?
Jim Agenbroad ( jage@LOC.gov )
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