RE: Use of U+203D (interrobang)

From: Asmus Freytag (
Date: Fri Apr 01 2005 - 14:49:25 CST

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    At 11:57 AM 4/1/2005, Joe wrote:

    > >> XCCS (Xerox Character Code Standard)
    > > That doesn't mean it was unworthy of encoding otherwise
    >Sure it does. At Xerox we only encoded stuff that was unworthy of
    >encoding otherwise.

    The XCCS is considerably older than Unicode. I've noticed that it reflects
    the tastes of an earlier time in many ways - perhaps also the confidence
    that certain things would catch on and become important, which we now know
    with the benefit of hindsight to have been sidelined by history.


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