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[Bug 11368] Missing Typographic Convention - Switch Construct

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--- Comment #2 from Glenn Adams <glenn@skynav.com> 2011-01-01 05:55:56 UTC ---
I am pointing out that the use of the "switch construct" in 2.4 is the first
time it is used in the spec, and that its structure is not explained prior to
this fact. For example, you should explain the meaning of the bullet character
(curved arrow) and how, in general, to interpret the stylistic convention
employed in this construct (and elsewhere in the spec).

(In reply to comment #1)
> What are the various ways of interpreting the requirements in the UTF-8
> decoding section? I don't understand how it could be interpreted other than the
> way it was intended.

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