Re: Sporadic Unicode revisited

Date: Wed Oct 02 2002 - 15:19:46 EDT

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    Rick McGowan wrote,

    > Both (recent) Windows and Mac platforms already have means of entering any
    > Unicode character, in hexadecimal. Both platforms also have other means,
    > such as the "Character Map" utility of Windows... How does this new Cardbox
    > facility help anyone?

    Cardbox is a database utility whose users may not universally be using
    recent Windows or Mac platforms. So, wouldn't this new facility be
    helpful to such Cardbox users? For users having more recent platforms,
    this facility provides a consistent, platform-independent method of
    Unicode entry. IOW, a Cardbox user normally using a PC would not have
    to take the time to become familiar with Mac conventions if working
    temporarily at a Mac station.

    Best regards,

    James Kass.

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