> So properly speaking, they should be "codepoint names", although
> loosely speaking we can refer to them as "character names".
No, I must disagree, as my previous note indicated. Please do not
keep stating this.
In the Unicode Standard, encoded characters have names. Codepoints
do *not* have names.
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