Otto Stolz via Unicode unicode at unicode.org
Thu May 17 03:51:55 CDT 2018

Am 2018-05-16 um 22:46 Uhr hat Doug Ewell geschrieben:
> 2. Collation is different between the Assamese and Bengali languages,
> and code point order should reflect collation order.
> 4. The use of a single encoded script to write two languages forces
> users to use language identifiers to identify the language.

I wonder how English and French ever could
be made to use a single script, let alone
German (“ß”), Icelandic (“þ”), Swedish (“å”),
Latvian (“ē”), Chech (“č”) or – you name it.

Best wishes,
   Otto Stolz

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