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Re: ISO TR 9573 (fwd)



nico writes:
From nico Wed Jun 12 08:58:46 1996
Subject: Re: ISO TR 9573
To: bruce@wolfram.com
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 1996 08:58:46 +0200 (MET DST)
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bruce@wolfram.com writes:
> Here's what Robby Villegas at Wolfram said about this.
> Do you know how many characters in 9573 or 8879 we missed
> by adding these names only for the ones in Unicode?
TR 9573, part 13 contains in the order of 900 characters, a
lot of which are not in Unicode.

> And, do you think we need to look at part 15 as well as part 13?
perhaps. greek and cyrillic are in part 13, i believe. for math
publishing that's enough.

Nico

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