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If this erratum in 4.3.3 is not on the list of known errata, it
should be.

-C. M. Sperberg-McQueen

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À 10:20 02/03/99 +0900, Martin J. Duerst a écrit :
>Section 4.3.3 says that the BOM defined in Appendix B of Unicode,
>which may have been true for Unicode 1.X, but is not true for Unicode
>2, which is referenced in the Appendix. I pointed this out very close
>to going to REC, but it was not corrected. As far as I remember, the
>corresponding Appendix in ISO 10646 that is mentionned might also be
>worth checking.

I checked.

The 10646 annex about the BOM is Annex F, not E.  In Unicode, it is in
section 2.4, not in Appendix B.

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