Unicode Sets in 'Unicode Regular Expressions'
Charlie Ruland ☘
ruland at luckymail.com
Tue May 27 17:56:40 CDT 2014
This is from the introduction
“Unicode is a large character set—[...]”
So I take “Unicode set” to mean “set of Unicode characters” with their
respective codepoints, whether decomposable or not.
Richard Wordingham schrieb:
> UTS#18 'Unicode Regular Expressions' Version 17 Requirement RL1.3
> 'Subtraction and Intersection' talks of Unicode sets. What is the
> relevant definition of a 'Unicode set'? Is it a finite set of non-empty
> strings? Other possibilities that occur to me, depending on context,
> include sets of codepoints and sets of indecomposable codepoints.
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