From: Philippe Verdy (
Date: Fri Nov 26 2004 - 15:56:49 CST

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    From: "Doug Ewell" <>
    > Perhaps a better question to ask would be why you need to indicate both
    > hyphenation points and ligation points in text that is going to be
    > collated.

    Because one would want to:
    - prepare documents for correct rendering (including both ligatures and
    hyphenation capabilities easily rendered in simple text browsers without
    using any lexical analysis) and use such prepared document as the prefered
    form for archiving, and then want to
    - have such prepared corpus still usable for full-text searches...

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