From: Masaaki Shibata (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jun 09 2010 - 01:06:23 CDT
I think I understood at last. I wrongly guessed about the behavior of
the regex-based implementation.
- "NU CP PO" matches the pattern. So "NU × CP × PO".
- "CP PO" doesn't. Now default rule (LB31) comes; so "CP ÷ PO".
These are what LineBreakTest.txt is saying and why the implementation
notes are added on it, aren't they?
Thank you all for your patience. I would have been still confused
without your posts.
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