From: John Cowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 15 2002 - 16:54:25 EST
Dean Snyder scripsit:
> Group A writes the logically ordered graphemic sequence *acme* as "acme";
> group B as "emca".
This fact requires separate encoding, because bidi-ness is a noncontextual
property of a Unicode character.
> Group A pronounces the graphemic sequence "acme" as /acme/; group B as /stoi/.
This is irrelevant.
> Group A uppercases the graphemic sequence "acme" as "ACME"; group B as
> "acme" (i.e., no uppercase).
This is handled with language-specific casing.
> Group A ligates the sequence "acme" as "a" + "cme"; group B as "ac" + "me".
This isn't even a Unicode issue, it's a font issue.
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