A teletext control codes encoding suggestion

Sławomir Osipiuk sosipiuk at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 18:20:01 CST 2022

On Tue, Jan 4, 2022 at 6:59 PM Kent Karlsson <kent.b.karlsson at bahnhof.se> wrote:
> That is out of the question, I’d say, and a very bad idea, much worse than what William has proposed (there has been several proposals).

You've repeated this, but still without explanation. I don't
understand what's so horrible about the C1 control approach.

The code points for C0 and C1 controls are (with a handful of
exceptions) specifically reserved in Unicode to allow systems to
assign meaning to them. ISO 2022 provides a standard way of
designating that meaning, ISO 10646 gives a brief nod to it, and a set
of controls for teletext is already registered and available for use.
As Harriet Riddle said, the solution already exists. What are the

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