From: Theodore H. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 10 2005 - 07:35:06 CDT
212A;KELVIN SIGN;Lu;0;L;004B;;;;N;DEGREES KELVIN;;;006B;
The field 004B tells us, that U+212A decomposes to U+004B, correct?
If so, then this seems wrong to me. One letter is decomposing into
another letter? I thought decomposition had to do with combining
chars? But there are no combining chars here.
Also, why is the final field (Simple_Titlecase_Mapping), U+6b?
Doesn't that mean that the titlecase maps to a lowercase? That seems
really odd, when the lowercase and uppercase maps to itself.
Feel free to tell me I'm wrong :) This UnicodeData.txt is hard for me
to understand often.
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