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- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew Greene)
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 11 Aug 1997 08:36:39 -0400
I'm troubled by one aspect of that suggestion:
> RULE 4. A remaining line-end code is converted into a space, except
> when it is preceded by a normal (hard) hyphen, or by a soft hyphen
> ('°'), in which case it is removed (a soft hyphen is also then
> removed). ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
That could alter the semantics of the data stream. The incoming data
stream may have been broken at that point, but we don't want to lose
the fact that such a break is legal -- it may be required again down-
So, using your example, I think that
> end code sep°[CR]
> arates lines.
A line-end code sep°arates lines.
and not, as you suggest,
> A line-end code seperates lines.
An individual application may choose to ignore soft hyphens when it
displays (or otherwise handles) the data.
Does that make sense?
- Andrew Greene
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