Concise term for non-ASCII Unicode characters
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Tue Sep 22 04:42:13 CDT 2015
On 9/22/2015 2:27 AM, Sean Leonard wrote:
> Overall, the takeaway is that specifying ISO/IEC 646 / ECMA-6 is not
> sufficient; you need to include "IRV" as well, or ISO IR No. 6 for the
> G0 set and ISO IR No. 6 for the C0 set.
...which the Unicode Standard does specify, by stating "IRV" explicitly
(Section 2.8, Section 7.1). Hence, there is no Unicode problem.
[Correction: it's IR No. 1 for the C0 set.]
> In contrast, if you say ASCII (ANSI X3.4-1986), all positions are
> fully defined.
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