From: Ted Hopp (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 30 2003 - 13:22:55 EDT
On Wednesday, July 30, 2003 12:39 PM, Kent Karlsson wrote:
> Ted Hopp wrote:
> > When I first
> > saw it, I had assumed that FB4B was supposed to be used for
> > kholam male (and that's what we use it for in our code).
> FB4B;HEBREW LETTER VAV WITH HOLAM;Lo;0;R;05D5 05B9;;;;N;;;;;
> FB4B is *canonically* equivalent to <05D5, 05B9>, so you cannot
> expect a distinction to be made when all involved characters are
> supported. Indeed, FB4B will be normalised to <05D5, 05B9>
> in all Unicode normal forms, since FB4B is composition excluded.
Yes, we were aware of that. We use FB4B strictly internally and never in a
string that might get normalized. I think of it as a kind of markup code for
Ted Hopp, Ph.D.
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