At 03:13 27-02-2001 EST, DougEwell2@cs.com wrote:
>Also, have we determined yet whether ANY existing character set standards,
>including those designed by Slovaks or Slovak speakers, includes a separate
>code point for "ch"?
No character set standard was ever designed by Slovaks. However, Slovak
linguists have always treated "ch" as a separate character. As they
do "dz" and "dz" with caron, but those are encoded in Unicode.
Anyway, it's a moot point now. As I said, I only mentioned that as
an example, not to restart the discussion.
I believe there are other *human* scripts that need to be encoded
in Unicode before Klingon (is Mayan encoded yet, for example?).
>There is no substance to this statement at all, only frustration and anger.
Frustration, yes. Anger, no.
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