From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 09 2008 - 12:09:52 CST
Thomas Abraham wrote,
> 1. Is it possible to implement
> * a generic subscript/superscript combining accent,
> * and/or a generic division combining accent
> in unicode?
> 2. Does the above problem comes under the scope of Unicode?
> So far almost all the combining accent we have seen across are unary.
> They combine to exactly one character on its left side or right side.
Can you send examples showing what you seek to encode/display?
There are already a few combining accent characters in Unicode
which span two base characters, as you probably already know.
I'm sorry that I'm having trouble understanding exactly what
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