Re: hexatridecimal internationalisation

From: Asmus Freytag (
Date: Sun Jun 24 2007 - 15:58:15 CDT

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    On 6/24/2007 7:56 AM, Michael Maxwell wrote:
    > George W Gerrity wrote:
    > > The point is that there is ... absolutely no future for
    > (*human-readable*) representations
    > > in bases larger than 16 ...
    This does not mean that there's no use for continuing support of
    historical representations of such numbers, so clearly it was not meant
    as an argument against encoding Mayan numerals.
    > Someone on this list will doubtless correct me, but I don't believe
    > the Mayan script, either the numbers or the pictograms, has been
    > encoded in Unicode.
    It's not yet encoded. You can check the roadmaps or the proposed scripts
    pages on the unicode web site for further information. The roadmap is a
    non-binding, tentative summary of possible locations and magnitude of
    outstanding scripts (as well as a summary of already encoded and pending
    scripts), with links to proposal documents for existing proposals.


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