From: David J. Perry (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Mar 16 2003 - 15:37:33 EST
Thanks to John for pointing me in the right direction; the normalization
charts were not helpful, but after spending some time with UAX#15 and
looking at the actual Unicode database, I see what is going on here.
It seems strange to me that the Unicode book (where I initially looked)
simply gives the decomposition for U+1F71 as U+03B1 followed by U+0301
with no indication that anything else is involved (and likewise for
other characters with singleton decompositions, such as the angrstrom).
If U+1F71 decomposes to U+03AC, why is the other decomposition still
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