From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 28 2004 - 06:53:27 CDT
The phrase "COMBINING DOUBLE" in a Unicode character can mean either
that the diacritical mark is doubled with respect to some other mark
(DOUBLE ACUTE, DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE ABOVE, DOUBLE GRAVE, DOUBLE LOW LINE,
DOUBLE OVERLINE, DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE BELOW, DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE
OVERLAY) or else that it extends over two characters (DOUBLE BREVE,
DOUBLE MACRON, DOUBLE MACRON BELOW, DOUBLE TILDE, DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE,
DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW BELOW). Of coure MUSICAL SYMBOL COMBINING DOUBLE
TONGUE is something else again.
Thank you. I feel much better now.
-- John Cowan www.ccil.org/~cowan www.reutershealth.com firstname.lastname@example.org There are books that are at once excellent and boring. Those that at once leap to the mind are Thoreau's Walden, Emerson's Essays, George Eliot's Adam Bede, and Landor's Dialogues. --Somerset Maugham
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