From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 26 2003 - 11:21:43 EDT
<Jill dot Ramonsky at Aculab dot com> wrote:
> I don't expect, however, to have to DOWNgrade my version of Unicode.
> And I can't be expected to store EVERY numbered version of Unicode on
> my machine.
You don't "store a version of Unicode on your machine." Unicode is a
coded character set, not an application.
What you have stored on your machine is a number of applications, many
of which support Unicode, and some of which may support a different
version of Unicode from others.
(OK, some of us do store a particular version of the Unicode *data
files* on our machines, but that has no bearing on the level of Unicode
support provided by applications.)
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