From: John Dlugosz (JDlugosz@tradestation.com)
Date: Mon Jun 14 2010 - 10:45:01 CDT
> One answer might be what was done for Western musical notation. The
> notes depend on position, but that information is not considered part
> the encoding; that is left up to "higher order formatting." So too you
> could have the positioning information wind up someplace "out of
I think if you describe some higher-level encoding (say, an XML schema), it's necessary to refer to Unicode standard code points within it. So even if the listing of the code points is not sufficient for a meaningful text file, it is still a necessary component of the standardization.
Look at the ASCII-based representation used by Wiktionary. That seems to be linearly-oriented.
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