Re: New Public Review Issue: Proposed Update UTS #18

From: Mike (
Date: Mon Oct 01 2007 - 07:32:37 CST

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    >> I'm not sure I agree that you want to look for default grapheme
    >> cluster boundaries inside a character class.
    > Yes this is best to look into default grapheme clusters within a character
    > class so that the embedded regexp encoded using NFC or NFD are treated
    > equivalently.

    You ignored the problem with this that I brought up. If you had
    a character class consisting of U+1100 and U+1101, both Hangul L
    jamos, they would combine into a single grapheme cluster, equiv-
    alent to [\q{\u1100\u1101}], instead of [\u1100\u1101].


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