From: Alexandre Arcouteil (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 14 2003 - 14:14:35 EST
Philippe Verdy wrote:
> From: "Kent Karlsson" <email@example.com>
>>Philippe Verdy wrote:
>>> (1) a singleton (example the AngstrÃ¶m symbol, canonically
>>>mapped to A with diaeresis,
>>The Ã…ngstrÃ¶m (note spelling) sign is canonically mapped to
>>capital a with ring.
Thanks for all explanations,
Keeping the A with ring exemple, does it means that compatibility
characters can be identified according to Unicode charts ?
By exemple, in the case of \u212B ANGSTROM SIGN, it is documented :
"preferred representation is 00C5 Å latin capital letter a with ring".
Is that a clear indication that \u212B is actually a compatibility
character and then should be, according to XML 1.1 recommandation,
replaced by the \u00C5 character ?
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