From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 11 2003 - 08:46:54 EST
From: Jill Ramonsky
> Actually, a PLUS TEN modifier would do the job just as
> well, and in fewer characters. So hex thirteen could be
> (U+0033, PLUS_TEN). (I think you suggested that
> first, but I wasn't paying close enough attention and
> missed it).
Heeeuuuuuuurkkkk!! I certainly did not suggest that!
Instead I would probably accept more easily codeing the single digit "123"
Or if hex sequences are intended when writing "1234ABCD", and one digit
becomes one character:
<BEGIN-NUMERIC>1234ABCD<END-NUMERIC> where two additional controls would
take place to change the interpretation of the embedded letters or symbols
into numeric digits...
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