From: Kent Karlsson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jan 29 2009 - 13:38:24 CST
2009-01-29 17.10, "Andreas Prilop" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Jan 2009, Richard Ishida wrote:
>> CSS 2.1 allows you to number list items using Armenian numbers,
>> but doesn't provide any details about how that works.
> There are just different conventions - similar to British English
> and American English. From a practical point of view, it is important
> to note that the mapping
> U+0552 --> 7000
> U+0582 --> 7000
> is *unambiguous*.
> However, the sequences
> U+0548 U+0552
> U+0578 U+0582
> may denote either 7000 or 7600.
Those two (same!) pages that you have written seem to say that U+0548 U+0552
(as well as U+0578 U+0582) *unambiguously* mean 7600.
That, as well as the 7005 example on your page(s) brings up the question of
letter order: big endian, little endian, or arbitrary, or just these two
little-endian exceptions to bigendian (or similar).
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