Date: Wed Mar 31 2004 - 14:17:56 EST
Language Analysis Systems, Inc. Unicode list reader scripsit:
> It sorta seems like the need to keep phrases like "Louis XIV" together
> is a valid one the deserves a solution, but it also seems fairly
> esoteric-- typesetters and people who give a lot of thought to the
> presentation of their text might use this, but most people wouldn't.
> This makes me wonder if it's a plain-text thing.
In the TeX typesetting tradition, at least, it *is* done by markup.
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