RE: Much better Latin-1 keyboard for Windows

From: Mike Ayers (
Date: Fri Jul 23 2004 - 12:00:31 CDT

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    From: [] On
    Behalf Of Alain LaBonté
    Sent: Friday, July 23, 2004 5:39 AM

    > [Alain] There is no « plane » at all in ISO/IEC 9995. This is ISO/IEC
    > 10646 terminology, which also has a term called "group", but it is not
    > the same thing (and yet, you do not find the notion of plane, group, row
    > and cell complicated while it is indeed multiple enough to make it more
    > difficult to remember). I think you did not try hard to understand the
    > concept of keyboard groups, even if I have explained it to you many
    > times (^;

            I don't know about "complicated", but I just don't understand the
    terms. I have read your explanation of keyboard groups, but I still don't
    quite grasp the meaning. Part of the problem is that your explanation
    includes other terms that I don't understand, either. Can you please point
    me to further, preferrably more pedantic explanations?



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