Ancient Greek apostrophe marking elision

Mark E. Shoulson via Unicode unicode at
Sun Jan 27 11:38:39 CST 2019

On 1/27/19 11:08 AM, Michael Everson via Unicode wrote:
> It is a letter. In “can’t” the apostrophe isn’t a letter. It’s a mark of elision.  I can double-click on the three words in this paragraph which have the apostrophe in them, and they are all whole-word selected.

That doesn't work when I try it: I double-click on the "a" in "can’t" 
and get only the "can" selected.

This does not necessarily prove anything; my software (Thunderbird) is 
arguably doing it wrong.


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