A last missing link for interoperable representation
James Kass via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Mon Jan 14 04:30:58 CST 2019
Hello Martin, others...
> Blaming the problem on Unicode doesn't seem to be appropriate.
I don't consider that there's any problem with plain text users
exchanging plain text. I give Unicode /credit/ for being the foundation
of that ability. Anyone imagining that I'm casting blame is under a
There's plain text data out there stringing math alphanumerics into
recognizable words. It's being stored and shared and indexed. I have
no problem with that; I'm in favor of it.
(Everyone, please let's focus on Tex Texin's latest post. Wish I'd sent
this post before his...)
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