Moving The Hebrew Extended Block Into The SMP
Mark E. Shoulson
mark at kli.org
Tue May 10 21:32:33 CDT 2016
Oh yeah. I also wonder a bit about things like the "half-letters" that
were used sometimes in early Hebrew printing to fill out space left at
the end of a line. They would often write part of the next word, the
first few letters, but maybe the last letter was missing part of it, or
just random semi-characters (things like a SHIN with only two heads
shows up a lot, or even complete SHINs). http://xkcd.com/1676/ got me
thinking of it. They're probably not encodable... or are they?
I'll have to find some example scans. If it's as common as I say, that
should be easy... unless I'm wrong about that, which I guess would make
the whole question easier too.
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