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Date/Time: Mon Feb 11 18:46:22 CST 2013
Name: Sebastian Riese
Report Type: Error Report
Opt Subject: UAX #31
In Section 5.1 of UAX #31 one reads > > The reverse implication is not true in the case of compatibility equivalence: > > isIdentifier(toNFC(S)) does not imply isIdentifier(S). There are many characters for which the > > reverse implication is not true, because there are many characters counting as symbols or > > non-decimal numbers—and thus outside of identifiers—whose compatibility equivalents are > > letters or decimal numbers and thus in identifiers. Some examples are shown in Table 8. The given notation "isIdentifier(toNFC(S)) does not imply isIdentifier(S)" implies canonical equivalence, but the accompanying text speaks of compatability equivalence. Therefore this paragraph should be clarified.