Re: Internal Representation of Unicode

From: John Cowan (
Date: Thu Sep 25 2003 - 23:22:10 EDT

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    > All of these fields are actually implementation defined, with just one
    > rule for char: don't include characters that can be made with
    > combinations, that's what the accent fields are for. This allows for
    > 255 upper and lower accents which should be enough -- for now.

    The problem is that multiple accents above are quite common -- Vietnamese
    depends on them heavily. There may also be multiple accents below,
    for all I know.

    John Cowan
    Be yourself.  Especially do not feign a working knowledge of RDF where
    no such knowledge exists.  Neither be cynical about RELAX NG; for in
    the face of all aridity and disenchantment in the world of markup,
    James Clark is as perennial as the grass.  --DeXiderata, Sean McGrath

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