On Tuesday, November 14, 2000, at 03:14 PM, Chris Pratley wrote:
> Many Chinese speakers I have met claim that they do not
> see the set of Chinese characters as bounded, even if one were to go
> all ancient texts.
That's Jenkins' First Law of Encoding Ideographs: You have never encoded all of them.
> It is the job of the UTC to make a call on newly
> characters - hopefully their number will be few.
Slight correction: It's the IRG's job. UTC doesn't do ideographs.
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