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- From: "Don Park" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 28 Nov 1999 00:41:05 -0800
>Even if you disallow existing encodings so that SML allows only UTF-8
>and/or UTF-16, you should still allow numeric character references so
>that you can represent any Unicode character even if you're creating
>SML data using Windows Notepad.
>If you consider that people won't create SML data and that machines
>will, then disallow numeric character references.
Tony, numeric character reference is still in. I was just saying that
predefined character references like <, >, and & are there
for convenience only since numeric character references are there.
Not too many folks noticed it but I removed the hex numerical character
references in the preliminary EBNF. I prefer hex but didn't like the
extra 'x' to get there. I can go with either hex or decimal but not
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