At 10:20 PM +0200 5/29/10, Nisse =?utf-8?Q?Engstr=C3=B6m?= wrote:
On Sat, 29 May 2010 10:16:39 -0400, tedd wrote:
At 7:15 AM +0200 5/29/10, Nisse =?utf-8?Q?Engstr=C3=B6m?= wrote:
No. There are no glyphs in Unicode. This is spelled out for
you in chapter 2, figure 2-2. "Characters versus Glyphs".
Code points are simply unique numbers assigned to specific characters
in an approved char set. To better understand which character is
represented a representative Glyph is used -- what else would we use,
Right. I should have phrased that differently.
U+9e21 ? U+540D ?
I forgot that the word chicken appears in several other languages as
a single character. Interesting to note that in the Chinese
Dictionary, the character "U+9e21" Chicken (ji) is interchangeable
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