RE: [Summary] UTF-8 Question: e with acute accent should requ
> > Just because Unicode "LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A" and ASCII > "Capital Letter A" > represent the same character, does not mean that Unicode > "LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A" _IS_ ASCII "Capital Letter A". It > is the A character itself that both refer to that is the > authorative entity, not the ASCII "Capital Letter A" character code. Who said anything about character codes, I thought we were talking about characters? It comes down to what you mean by "an ASCII character". Do you mean "a character that has a representation in ASCII", or do you mean "the ASCII representation of a character"? To my mind, since the noun is "character", and "ASCII" is used adjectivally, you mean the former. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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