RE: Folding algorithm and canonical equivalence

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Sun Jul 18 2004 - 13:29:51 CDT

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    At 20:43 +0300 2004-07-18, Jony Rosenne wrote:

    > > In the Hebrew language, perhaps. But in other languages, like
    >> Yiddish, which use the Hebrew script, at least some points are NOT
    >> optional, and "dropping" them causes textual corruption and loss of
    >> data.
    >Dropping them always causes loss of data. This type of sentence is known as

    Fine. "Causes textual corruption and distortion of meaning".

    >If folding is not suitable for Yiddish texts or Biblical texts or ancient
    >Greek texts or any other text then I suggest that the user of said text
    >seriously considers not using folding.

    Under what protocol?

    Michael Everson * * Everson Typography *  *

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