Re: Unicode for words?

From: D. Starner (
Date: Sun Dec 05 2004 - 11:48:52 CST

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    "Philippe Verdy" writes:

    > Suppose that Unicode encodes the common English words "the", "an", "is", etc... then a protocol
    > could decide that these words are not important and will filter them.

    Drop the part of the sentence before "then". A protocol could delete "the", "an", etc. right
    now. In fact, I suspect several library systems do drop "the", etc. right now. Not that this
    makes it a good idea, but that's a lousy argument.

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