From: Debbie Garside (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 03 2008 - 06:55:42 CDT
I have a pretty obscure question about Unicode and how it is used to render
characters when printed.
Can you tell me how a character such as an 'i' has space within it and
around it but also joins the dot within the 'i' . Is this part of the
encoding and how is it created within each character? Is there a piece of
code within Unicode that tells an application where not to print?
What I am after is to see if there is the ability to be able to tell an
application to behave in a certain manner when it hits the space within or
around a character and before it hits the next character.
From this you can tell I am neither a software developer or Unicode expert
so responses in words of one or two syllables please :-)
Hopes this makes sense
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