From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jun 11 2010 - 15:27:44 CDT
> All of this writing can be encoded using 1280 code points. I
> have a 12-bit encoding with bi-directional conversion with UTF-8 working
> for planes 1, 15, or 16.
A minor point, but I suggest you not use "bi-directional"
in that context.
"Bidirectional" is a term of art in Unicode character encoding,
and refers to the mixture of left-to-right and right-to-left
rendering in scripts such as Hebrew and Arabic that are
predominantly right-to-left, but which are interspersed
with bits of text from other scripts or numbers that
lay out left-to-right.
What you mean by "bi-directional conversion" in a character
encoding context is usually referred to as "roundtrip
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