From: Patrick Andries (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 25 2005 - 20:19:25 CST
Erik van der Poel a écrit :
> Peter Kirk wrote:
>> I also note a wide range of which Unicode characters are used for the
>> apostrophe in the various languages, but that is an issue for those
>> who coded the texts (for some of them, it is me).
> It may also become an issue for those writing the specs for IDNs and
> maybe even the base spec, Stringprep. Would you please list the
> codepoints of the apostrophes that you are aware of?
To complement Peter's list. There is also U+02BC, I suppose this is what
should be used in Navajo/Navaho to represent its glottal stop, but what
I've seen on the web does not use this character (e.g.
Note the high frequency of the apostrophe in this page, also if one
looks at the start of the Gospel of John in navaho here
apostrophes in 8 verses, which corresponds to several thousand in the
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