From: D. Starner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 02 2004 - 19:56:02 EST
> Not safe unless you *know* exactly when a character was invented.
Not safe for what? I've come across six characters that weren't in
Unicode at all. Does this mean that Unicode isn't safe to use?
> Characters adopted into new standardized new Latin-based alphabets or
> new standardized Latin-based transcription systems often have a previous
True. But this is not a closed system, where the only characters usable
will be those in the panel. If we ever get texts with the letters, we
can deal with it.
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