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Simon St.Laurent scripsit:
> Is normalization itself that brutal? It seems like it's just a lot of
> table lookups, not much more. The problem I'm seeing is a lack of
> readily-accessible tables.
No, normalization checking (which is what's relevant, not normalization)
is not difficult -- it's basically two tables and some random logic.
There are things about Unicode that are tricky to get right, but this
isn't one of them.
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