From: Mike Ayers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jun 14 2006 - 16:24:44 CDT
> Hi people,
> I've written some Unicode NFD code. It doesn't handle the Jamo, because
> these decompositions aren't listed in UnicodeData.txt
> I don't even know what a Jamo is. Or what it does. Or who needs it, or
> why, or what it looks like. Is a Jamo a name that Unicode made up or is
> it a proper name used by certain people?
> Where is the Unicode TR web pages explaining the Jamo?
Jamo are the Korean equivalent of letters. They are combined in square
two-dimensional patterns of two to four jamo to form what are known as
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