From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Nov 29 2005 - 08:42:09 CST
Hans Aberg <haberg at math dot su dot se> wrote:
>> 1. I don't see how Unicode, or any other coded character set, can
>> be considered a human-to-human interface. Very few humans
>> communicate directly with each other by means of character codes.
> What about the email you just wrote?
That went through several computers, didn't it?
Perhaps we simply have different ideas of this whole "human-to-human"
and "computer-to-computer" distinction, in which case there's no sense
arguing about it. My point is, Unicode is no different in this regard
than any other coded character set since BCDIC.
-- Doug Ewell Fullerton, California, USA http://users.adelphia.net/~dewell/
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