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Re: Display types?

The UTF-8 definition is RFC 2279. You can find it at

I also agree that if the only real need for display types is for non-latin
glyphs, we're better served by the ISO 10646 character set and its UTF-8
representation than display types. The IETF already requires that text be
in UTF-8.


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