From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 06 2003 - 12:51:53 EST
Andrew C. West scripsit:
> The problem of how to represent missing/obliterated characters in Unicode when
> transcribing manuscript/printed texts and inscriptions, etc. has always
> perplexed me.
IIRC we talked about this a year or so ago, and kicked around the idea that
the Chinese square could be treated as a glyph variant of U+3013 GETA MARK,
which looks quite different but symbolizes the same thing.
I don't remember the outcome.
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