From: Ginette Beurton (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Aug 23 2007 - 11:03:21 CDT
I wonder about the drawbacks generated by the replacement of some of
the Greek extended characters by the Greek equivalent character when it
exist, for example : ( u1F71, u1F75, u1F77, u1F79, ...) replaced
respectively by u03CA, u03AE, U03AF, u03CC, ...
The question is that, in the Unicode standard, the Greek extended
characters are declared as equivalent to the Greek ones but the reverse
is not done.
For example, u03AF is not declared as an equivalent of u1F71. So the
relation between the 2 codes is not symmetric. Does that generate any
Thank you very much
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