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|questions—and answers—about||questions--and answers--about|
|[FAQ]||Unicode Frequently Asked Questions
For answers to common questions on technical issues.
For explanations of terminology used in this and other documents.
|[CMS]||The Chicago Manual of Style:
The Essential Guide for Writers, Editors, and Publishers (14th Edition)
University of Chicago Press (Trd); ISBN: 0226103897
Also see their FAQ at
|[Reports]||Unicode Technical Reports
For information on the status and development process for technical reports, and for a list of technical reports.
|[Versions]||Versions of the Unicode Standard
For details on the precise contents of each version of the Unicode Standard, and how to cite them.
The following summarizes modifications from the previous version of this document.
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