Re: Internationalized CLASS attributes

Jonathan Rosenne writes:

> But there is another problem with internationalized names: UCS defines a
> non-unique coding. Some composite characters have at least two valid
> representations, the composed character and the base character followed
> by diacritics. If there is more than one diacritics, their order is not
> defined. The user often has no control over the coding. So before using
> a name, it must be brought to a canonical representation.

Well, UCS (=ISO/IEC 10646) does not define ambigeous encoding
of characters, but Unicode does. Fortunately, HTML is defined in
terms of ISO/IEC 10646.