Windows keyboard restrictions
doug at ewellic.org
Thu Aug 6 12:56:51 CDT 2015
Richard Wordingham <richard dot wordingham at ntlworld dot com> wrote:
> The UK has been discussing whether a certain user-perceived character
> should be encoded as a single character in a new script. Users ought
> to have this character on their keyboards, but there is a worry about
> technical problems if it is encoded as a sequence of three characters,
> i.e. six UTF-16 code units.
What is this character? Is it currently encoded as three SMP characters?
What are they?
Doug Ewell | http://ewellic.org | Thornton, CO
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