From: Mark E. Shoulson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jul 01 2005 - 16:27:13 CDT
Gregg Reynolds wrote:
> Good call; I had only been thinking of single-level subscripting (i.e.
> string indexing, not multi-dimensional arrays). Nonetheless, encoding
> infinite characters is not the only way to solve this. I'm not sure
> what the best solution would be, but I would observe that Unicode is
> capable of accomodating e.g. bidi-override marks and various similar
> "characters"; so why not a <subscript> and <popsubscript> mark, for
We could call them "[" and "]", for consistency with existing practice.
This is a typesetting issue, not a plaintext one.
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