From: Neil Harris (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Nov 14 2009 - 18:59:45 CST
> Hello, Mark!
> It is new for me that some algorithms for such searching exists :-)
> Bus as you mention this is very basic method that can't solve all problems.
> I am sure that it can't work with most of sets that i wrote in first post.
> Search for strings with cyrillic "С" and latin "C" is signicaft for example because
> this letters:
> 1) have exactly same graphics;
> 2) shares same key in russian and english keyboard layouts.
> I do not know any text editor that has RFC 5051 usage option or something like it.
> If information about similar symbols will be added to Unicode Character Database then
> text editors developers can notice this :-)
> Regards, Sergey
You might want to take a look at Unicode Technical Report 39,
http://unicode.org/reports/tr39/ , which links to a huge
machine-readable list of "visually confusable" characters as part of its
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