From: R.C. Bakhuizen van den Brink [Rein] (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 04 2004 - 15:12:52 CDT
So why can we have zillions of CJK code points and make a fuss about
a few single code points that must be composed by an ever growing
intelligent display software that is also supposed to run on all
So why are we unifying all middle east past and present
Why are the few academics here taking up all the band-width
in this group - how many message has mr. P.K. sent lately?
So how come the majority of Polish people living abroad - let's say
40 millions against 40 million living in Poland - is not able of
using their native characters - also called 'ogonki' - in their e-mails?
Just let us KISS
On Tue, 4 May 2004, African Oracle wrote:
>If a can have U+0061 and have a composite that is U+00e2...U+...
>If e can have U+0065 and have a composite that is U+00ea...U+...
>Then why is e with accented grave or acute and dot below cannot be assigned
>a single unicode value instead of the combinational values 1EB9 0301 and
>Since UNICODE is gradually becoming a defacto, I still think it will not be
>a bad idea to have such composite values.
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