From: James Kass (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 02 2007 - 15:43:02 CST
Andrew West wrote,
> The beauty of the ZWJ model (or evilness of the model, depending on
> your point of view) is that an A-ZWJ-B ligature may look exactly the
> same as a B-ZWJ-A ligature but would be treated as distinct entities.
> Thus, if someone wanted to create a ligature of U+9F8D 龍 long2
> "dragon" U+9580 門 men2 "gate" as cute way of writing Longmen 龍門
> "Dragon's Gate", with U+9F8D inside U+9580 they could do so with the
> sequence <U+9F8D U+200D U+9580> (representing the logical order of
> the ligatured characters). This would render the same as Ben's
> <U+9580 U+200D U+9F8D>, but would be treated differently by search
> engines, etc.
Are you sure they would both render the same?
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