From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 24 2007 - 18:56:12 CDT
> On Sep 24, 2007, at 4:04 PM, Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:
> > Unfortunately, this is not a legitimate IDS. ...
> > the Standard states that no legitimate IDS can contain more than
> > 16 Unicode code points, but yours contains 18.
I didn't count John's, but my initial attempt at an IDS for
this biang2 was:
2FFA 8FB6 2FF3 7A74 2FF2 6708 2FF1 2FF2 5E7A 8A00 5E7A 2FF2 9577
99AC 9577 5202 5FC3
which I only count at 17. Hmm, still one too long.
Well, squinting our eyes a bit and stretching the sense of
2FF4 a little, we can let U+25941 and U+5216 ride to the rescue:
2FFA 8FB6 2FF4 25941 2FF4 5216 2FF1 2FF2 5E7A 8A00 5E7A 2FF2 9577
There, just 15!
> Evidently not. Fortunately, I don't think this particular IDS is
> going to break anything. :-)
Nor would I expect to be able to feed that particular IDS noodle
to a renderer and get anything particularly ledible. ;-)
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