From: Raymond Mercier (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 19 2005 - 02:21:26 CST
>> Unicode is meant for the printed text, is it not ?
As John Hudson and Christopher Fynn point out, I should not have put it that
>>So generally speaking there is no reason to encode any Greek ligatures or
tachygraphical forms, since ligation is a display issue not a plain text
On the other hand Unicode seems set to include many glyphs found in papyri
(including the Greek zero that I proposed two years ago), which are not
recognized as ligatures, just symbols of one sort or another.
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