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Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set International Organization for Standardization Organisation internationale de normalisation

By Iso/iec Jtc /sc/wg Nr

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The Hangul script as such is very elegantly designed. However, its incarnation in 10646/Unicode is far from elegant. This paper is about restoring the elegance of Hangul, as much as it can be restored, for the process of string ordering. 1.1 Hangul syllables A lot of Hangul syllables have a character of their own in the range AC00-D7A3. They each have a canonica

Year: 2010
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