> At 03:03 AM 6/20/02 -0400, Tom Finch wrote:
> >I wish to propose sixteen consecutive digits for the purpose of displaying
> >hexadecimal values. [...] Has this been considered?
> I seem to recall that it has. The problem is, they're just new copies of
> old characters. An A used in hexadecimal notation is just an A. Besides the
> problem with normalization, you have the problem with all look-alike
> characters - people won't use them consistently. Even if this got adopted,
> 99% of time you looked at hexadecimal numbers, they would be in plain old
> ASCII, so you don't really gain anything but confusion. It's a no-go.
The proposal that was rejected is this one:
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