From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 22 2004 - 12:35:45 CDT
> On Tuesday, September 21st, 2004 18:50 Kenneth Whistler va escriure:
> > With this change in place, it seems to me that the case is
> > quite clear *for* separate encoding of any circled Arabic
> > letter used as a symbol. If the sequence <062D, 20DD> were
> > used, instead, it would cursively join inappropriately with
> > neighboring Arabic characters, unless surrounded by ZWNJ as
> > well.
> Then could/should we use the sequence <200C, 062D, 20DD, 200C>?
You *could* use that sequence, and if your rendering implementation
were sophisticated enough, it *might* render what you were
My recommendation, however, is just to pursue encoding of this
as a symbol character and be done with it. Compared to the
similar pile of stuff at 2460..24FF and 3200..32FF this one
additional circled letter symbol would be a drop in the ocean.
Or.... perhaps in this case, a grain of sand in the desert.
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