From: Kent Karlsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jul 16 2007 - 11:18:50 CDT
Brian Wilson wrote:
> I probably have this all wrong, but aren't there 65,536
> possible characters in Unicode?
There are already over 100,000 encoded characters in Unicode,
and there is "room for" over a million.
> Why not have a section of 48 characters for generic bases.
No, why? All the "generic" base characters that have been mentioned
so far are already encoded, be it underscrore, x, o, the first
(consonant) letter of the current (already encoded) alphabet/similar.
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