Terminal punctuation

From: Mark Davis ☕ (mark@macchiato.com)
Date: Tue May 18 2010 - 14:08:38 CDT

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    The UTC is adding the Dandas to the class of Terminal punctuation (STerm).
    This means that they mark the end of a sentence (in the default
    algorithm). It would be interesting to get feedback from people familiar
    with interesting scripts on whether there are *other* punctuation marks that
    are also missing from this set, and propose that to the UTC.

    The following lists the 5.2 Unicode characters that are marked as Other
    Punctuation that are not STerm.


    For example, is U+2CF9 <character.jsp?a=2CF9> ( ⳹ ) COPTIC OLD NUBIAN FULL
    STOP a terminal punctuation?


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