Re: Apostrophes (was Re: Exemplar Characters)

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Tue Nov 15 2005 - 14:31:53 CST

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    At 15:03 -0500 2005-11-15, Chris Harvey wrote:

    >a h i k n p r t u x y '
    >Point 1: It doesn't matter what the phonetic realisations of these
    >are to assign a Unicode codepoint. We know that Latin Script a is
    >U+0061 regardless of how it's pronounced.
    >Point 2: We have evidence from Breton that U+2019 is used as part of
    >an alphabetic letter, instead of just punctuation.
    >a is U+0061
    >h is U+0068
    >' is what?

    U+02BC, probably, if ' is a letter by itself.

    It is not in Breton.

    Michael Everson *

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