Date: Sat Mar 05 2005 - 16:37:43 CST
> > Well incidentally, I wish I *could* use Unicode itself to store,
> > transmit, and exchange an archaic-Greek-script-variant inscription, in
> > unique way which both indicated its relation to, and variation from
> > standard Greek script.
> You can certainly do that. Define a markup language expressed in terms
> of Unicode characters, and use that markup to accomplish whatsoever you
> want that goes beyond the scope of Unicode.
Huh? Isn't that back to something like E0000 tags??
But also I do see an advantage (for some uses) to having the data identity at
the codepoint-level -- it can never get lost, and you can search for one "Old
Cretan Doric" letter on Google.
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