From: Kent Karlsson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 02 2003 - 06:54:36 EDT
Stefan Persson wrote:
> Is "x + COMBINING DIACRITICAL MARK 1 + COMBINING DIACRITICAL MARK 2 +
> ... + COMBINING DIACRITICAL MARK n" equivalent to "x + the same
> diacritical marks but in a different order"? What I mean with
> diacritical marks are combining accents above and below, and
> such things.
Depends upon which permutation it is. Which permutations are
equivalent or not is indirectly given by the UCD; see UAX 15.
Note that xy is equivalent to yx (and yx is the order "preferred"
over xy) if 0 < cc(y) < cc(x), where x and y are characters,
and cc is the combining class function (given by the UCD).
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