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Re: RDF Core WG work on literals

From: Lars Marius Garshol <larsga@garshol.priv.no>
Date: 07 Oct 2001 19:20:18 +0200
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
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* Peter F. Patel-Schneider
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| How does this match up against the pronouncement
| 
| 	Two RDF strings are deemed to be the same if their ISO/IEC
| 	10646 representations match.

What does this statement mean, anyway? Does it mean

  (1) Two RDF strings are deemed to be the same if they consist of the
      same sequence of abstract ISO/IEC 10646 characters.

or does it mean

  (2) Two RDF strings are deemed to be the same if they consist of the
      same sequence of abstract ISO/IEC 10646 characters when
      normalized to Unicode Normalization Form C (as required by[1]).

? 

Regardless of whether the answer is (1) or (2) it would be interesting
to see a justification for the choice.

--Lars M.

[1] <URL: http://www.w3.org/TR/charmod/#sec-IdentityMatching >
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