On 26 Jul 2002, at 23:23, Curtis Clark wrote:
> Are you saying that, even though Unicode defines U+0027 as
> punctuation, other, I could use it as a glottal stop and create a locale
> that would treat it as a letter (and still be "Unicode compliant",
> whatever that is?).
If my name is "Jon@th@n", and I want to send an e-mail message, what is my
jon@th@firstname.lastname@example.org, of course :-)
But if I start work at Abr@c@d@br@ Research, I can always change it to
H'mm---probably best to steer clear of ASCII punctuation!
. . . (_|/ o n a t h a n
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