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RE: International numbering styles

From: Michael Everson <everson@indigo.ie>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 1998 09:34:50 +0100
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Ar 07:41 +0900 1998-01-22, scríobh Martin J. Duerst:
>At 02:18 98/01/12 PST, Ishida,Richard wrote:
>
>> Japanese often uses numbers with circles around them.
>> Rich.
>
>Yes, but this is a styling problem. Some numbers with
>circles are in Unicode, but they are there for
>compatibility.
>
>Regards,   Martin.

Surely you don't expect users NOT to use these characters when they have
UCS. There are the circled number dingbats too, which are widely used and
it is not a "styling" issue.

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