From: Andrew C. West (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 07 2005 - 05:10:27 CST
On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 19:16:38 +0000, Christopher Fynn wrote:
> There seems to be one defect - the charts I've seen seem to contain a
> pre-composed character equivalent to the combination U+0F68 U+0F7C
> U+0F7E - It appears they've assumed that U+0F00 can be used as the
> equivalent to that string. However in Unicode U+0F00 is *not* equivalent
> to U+0F68 U+0F7C U+0F7E (U+0F00 has no de-composition). I think this
> means that there would be no round-trip compatibility for this combination.
I think that Chris meant to write "the charts I've seen *do not* seem to contain
a pre-composed character equivalent to the combination U+0F68 U+0F7C U+0F7E".
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