Re: Punctuation character (inverted interrobang) proposed

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Tue Sep 06 2005 - 01:38:45 CDT

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    At 18:01 -0700 2005-09-05, Patrick Andries wrote:

    >>They *cannot* use it in Unicode.
    >Well, there is always the PUA.


    >Exactly. If they are used (by several authors), then they can
    >legitimately be proposed for encoding. I always thought this was a
    >simple litmus test, rather than reason by analogy and imagine how
    >people could be using a rare (defunct?) American invention in other

    It is *a* litmus test. It is not the only test which gets applied.

    Michael Everson *

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