>From: "Alistair Vining" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: RE: Hexadecimal characters.
>Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2002 00:44:55 +0100
>Roozbeh Pournader wrote:
> > There is also another fact which may be interesting. My father, when he
> > was a high school student, had some advanced mathematic course, where
> > also studied computation in base more than ten. They used Persian
> > for zero to nine, and lowercase greek letters alpha, beta, ... for
> > more than nine.
>So what we really need are combining number characters: one for the digit
>one for the base.
>But oh no! only integer bases up to (number of code points allotted). How
I have been told that the Japanese use the American convention
I wonder: why not $B!;0lFs;0;M8^O;<7H,6e9C25J:CzJj8J(B?
What would a Thai do?
This would make a good i18n project!!
$B%G%8%+%a$G;#$C$?<L??$b<+M3<+:_$KJT=8(B MSN $B%U%)%H(B $B%"%k%P%`(B
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