From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 27 2009 - 11:16:40 CST
Rick McGowan <rick at unicode dot org> wrote:
>> as in the context of the concurrent use of the script
>> with the Latin script, there especially names written
>> in Latin must be able to be represented uniquely
>> and reversibly in the Old Hungarian script, not
>> confined to names which are inherently Hungarian.
> I don't think that has ever been a goal of the Old Hungarian encoding,
> any more than for other scripts.
And even if it were, "uniquely and reversibly" does not necessarily
imply one-to-one correspondence of code points.
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