Does regular Unicode have a character that looks like a space to a human yet is not treated as a space by software please?
KalvesmakiJ at doaks.org
Thu Mar 27 08:10:30 CDT 2014
William, try the U+2000..U+200A glyphs under General Punctuation--I think
that's what you're looking for to manage precise widths of blank space.
And many (most?) software routines do not treat these as part of the class
of spacing characters (\s in regular expressions).
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On 3/27/14 4:13 AM, "William_J_G Overington" <wjgo_10009 at btinternet.com>
>Does regular Unicode have a character that looks like a space to a human
>yet is not treated as a space by software please?
>Please consider my use of U+E001 in the following thread.
>Essentially, can that effect be achieved without using a Private Use Area
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