From: Katsuhiko Momoi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Feb 10 2004 - 21:05:30 EST
According to the "LineBreak-4.0.0.txt" accompanying UTR #14, Kanbun
characters are considered as the same as CJK ideographs and classified
as "ID" class meaning, i.e. we should be able to line break before or
after a character.
In Kanbun reading (classical Chinese), I always thought that these
characters are a part of the preceding character so that a line should
not break before it. For example, 0x3191 is an instruction to skip the
preceding character and read the next character first and then come back
to the preceding character.
Can someone on the list tell me the rationale for classifying them in
the "ID" class?
The same question for Bopomofo characters.
-- Katsuhiko Momoi e-mail: email@example.com
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