From: Marco Cimarosti (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 07 2002 - 15:06:26 EDT
Carl W. Brown wrote:
> Things are a bit more complicated. The address should be in
> the format & language of the recipient but the country
> should be in the language and positioned according to the
> sending country.
Er... Have I denied this?
> Unicode is not a complete solution. Yao mentioned Chinese
> addresses. These might be in Traditional or Simplified
> font depending on destination.
Unicode has both Traditional and Simplified characters, so do many Unicode
fonts. And the destination doesn't normally change in an address (apart in
science fiction novels which feature wheel-mounted nomad cities).
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