From: Marco Cimarosti (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 29 2003 - 13:34:35 EDT
Martin Heijdra wrote:
> Yes, I could type my messages using i and j. I could NOT type/display
> properly z-i-acute-j-acute-n...
You can type it, if you have a keyboard containing this sequence or the
single characters composing it:
(U+0069 <i>, U+0301 <acute accent>, U+006A <j>, U+0301 <acute
Or, canonically equivalent:
(U+00ED <i with acute accent>, U+006A <j>, U+0301 <acute accent>)
Whether or not it displays fine, depends on the font and display engine you
BTW, you could NOT encode that with the precomposed "?" (U+0133 <ij
ligature>), because two accents applied to a single base character would
display on top of each other.
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