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[Bug 7935] [F&O] normalize-unicode on codepoints that are not characters.

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--- Comment #3 from Oliver Hallam <oliver@cbcl.co.uk>  2009-11-27 19:20:54 ---
My knowledge of unicode is sketchy at best.  It seems that (as has been
highlighted by comment #4) that my initial assumption that normalization is not
defined on the noncharacters was incorrect.

In light of this I am willing to concede that this is properly specified, and
that it is just unfortunate that the .NET library function does not perform
unicode normalization exactly as is required.  Whilst it is unfortunate is not
insufferable.

It is probably worth a test case though to illustrate this potential problem in
some implementations.


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