From: Theodore H. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jun 11 2005 - 15:26:29 CDT
On 11 Jun 2005, at 21:09, Aki Inoue wrote:
> According to the Unicode code chart KELVIN SIGN U212A has
> canonically decomposition mapping to Latin K U004B so the Unicode
> database is correct.
Doesn't that imply that K composes to U212A? If not, then where do we
collect the composition data from?
> Note, in Normalization Form C processing, you don't map single
> character canonical mappings such as KELVIN SIGN or ANGSTROM SIGN.
I probably missed that part. Now I must scan through these long
normalisation documents again to find that sentance I missed.
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