From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 15 2010 - 16:24:27 CST
> FA47 is a "compatibility character", and would have a compatibility mapping.
FA47 is a CJK Compatibility character, which means it was encoded
for compatibility purposes -- in this case to cover the round-trip
mapping needed for JIS X 0213.
However, it has a *canonical* decomposition mapping to U+6F22.
The behavior in BabelPad is correct: U+6F22 is the NFC form of U+FA47.
Easily verified, for example, by checking the FA47 entry in
NormalizationTest.txt in the UCD.
> > When I type ... (U+FA47) into BabelPad, highlight it, and then
> > click the button labeled "Normalize to NFC", the character
> > becomes ... (U+6F22). Does BabelPad not conform to the Unicode Standard
> > in this case? ...
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