From: Pim Blokland (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 19 2003 - 04:49:17 EST
In the online 4.0 book, chapter 15
the definition for Word Joiner says:
> Until Unicode 3.1.1, U+FEFF was the only code point with word
> joining semantics, but because it is more commonly used as
> byte order mark, the use of U+2060 [word joiner] to indicate
> word joining is strongly preferred for any new text.
However, a couple of paragraphs up, the definition for No-Break
> U+00A0 [No-Break Space] behaves like the following coded
> character sequence: U+FEFF [Zero Width No-Break Space] +
> U+0020 [Space] + U+FEFF [Zero Width No-Break Space].
Is this something that has slipped by the editors? Or am I missing
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