From: John H. Jenkins (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 01 2008 - 19:36:57 CST
On Dec 1, 2008, at 5:09 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I have just subscribed and I think it never got through the first
> but in case this mail has been already sent, my excuses for the
> multiple posting.
> Dear Unicode mailing list members,
> can anybody give
> me examples in which one code point in another standard corresponds to
> a sequence of code points in Unicode and vice versa, with the
> explanation of the reason why the one-to-one code point correspondence
> policy exception has been made by the Consortium regarding those
> Thank you,
> Suhel Jaber
Apple's corporate character sets have several cases where one
character maps to multiple Unicode characters. For example, MacKorean
has a separate codepoint for circled numerals not included in Unicode.
Since these are corporate character sets (and not national or
international standards), and since Apple itself felt that the
multiple-Unicode mapping was perfectly acceptable, there was never any
need felt to have one-to-one mapping.
John H. Jenkins
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