From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 13 2009 - 20:55:19 CDT
Kenneth Whistler <kenw at sybase dot com> wrote:
>> however, it should
>> provide a character to mark the position at which unicode is 'closed'
>> or 'left'.
> And that is defined by ISO/IEC 10646 itself:
> "When the escape sequences from ISO/IEC 2022 are used, the
> identification of a return, or transfer, from UCS to the
> coding system of ISO/IEC 2022 shall be by the escape sequence
> ESC 02/05 04/00. ..."
OK, time to test my understanding of ISO 2022. I think 2022 defines
<ESC 02/05 04/00> as the standard return from any character set, and it
was repeated in 10646 for convenience.
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