RE: "Giga Character Set": Anything besides noise

Date: Thu Oct 12 2000 - 07:42:38 EDT

John Cowan wrote (in ASCII(tm), by the way):
> In fact, of course, every extant Klingon text can be written
> with Unicode, and indeed with ISO 646:1983.

Well, it can -- provided that you properly *registered* your copy of
ASCII(tm) (, and paid your
annual fee to use the least-significant seven bits.

By the way, Robert (President, The ASCII Consortium), our legal staff should
make sure that this "GCS mathematical encryption algorithm" isn't just a
trick to bypass the ASCII(tm) patent!

_ Marco (Technical Director, The ASCII Consortium)

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