Re: Small Java implementation of NFC

From: Marcin 'Qrczak' Kowalczyk (
Date: Fri Mar 04 2005 - 09:32:12 CST

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    "Andrew C. West" <> writes:
    > Unicode Standard Annex #15 (
    > specifies that precomposed characters that are added after Unicode
    > 3.0 are excluded from composition (i.e. not recomposed when NFC is
    > applied to them). As all characters beyond the BMP were added in
    > Unicode 3.1 or later, you can effectively ignore any character
    > greater than U+FFFF (or any surrogates if you are processing UTF-16)
    > when applying NFC to a text stream.
    The last sentence is not true: precomposed characters above U+FFFF
    must be *decomposed* by NF*C*.
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