From: Marion Gunn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 25 2008 - 10:10:07 CST
On 25 Jan 2008, at 13:02, scríobh Philippe Verdy:
> Unicode is what makes the 10646 standard usable and interoperable in
> practice for representing text....
That is certainly what we (in the early 1990s) understood its aim to
> Unicode goes a little further by also
> defining or documenting algorithms to handle, interpret, and modify
> properly while also keeping most of its meaning (something that ISO
> does not handle at all).
> Without all these additions, the ISO 10646 "coded character set"
> would also
> appear as extremely redundant.
My target audiences would find that explanation useful, if agreeable
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