From: Andrew West (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 14 2010 - 16:08:46 CDT
2010/5/14 John H. Jenkins <email@example.com>:
> You mean like the CJK strokes? Â Yes.
Character components such as é¾°é¾´é¾µé¾¶é¾·é¾¸é¾¹é¾ºé¾» (9FB0, 9FB4, 9FB5, 9FB6, 9FB7,
9FB8, 9FB9, 9FBA, 9FBB) which were encoded in 4.1 because they were
part of the Hong Kong Supplementary Character Set.
The fact that these components were part of an existing character set
greatly facilitated their encoding, but that does not rule out the
encoding of character components that are not part of an existing
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