Re: Greek chars encoded twice -- why?

From: Apostolos Syropoulos (
Date: Thu Feb 18 2010 - 07:14:23 CST

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    2010/2/18 Arno Schmitt <>

    > Yes, that idea came to my mind, too.
    > But is there any Greek text in which
    > BOTH tonos AND oxia are used,
    > used as distinct letters having different
    > meaning?

    Not really as this makes no sense! The whole issue
    seems to me as yet another Unicode error. For example,
    I was really surprised to learn that the uppercase form of
    έ (epsilontonos) is Έ (Epsioontonos) which is clearly incorrect.


    Apostolos Syropoulos
    366, 28th October Str.
    GR-671 00 Xanthi, GREECE

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