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 ==== Unicode Coverage In Emacs ==== ==== Unicode Coverage In Emacs ====
  
-“Unicode covers all the characters for all the writing systems of the world, modern and ancient. It also includes technical symbols, punctuations, and many other characters used in writing text. The Unicode Standard is intended to support the needs of all types of users, whether in business or academia, using mainstream or minority scripts.”  [[https://home.unicode.org/basic-info/faq/|unicode.org]]+[[Unicode]] covers all the characters for all the writing systems of the world, modern and ancient. It also includes technical symbols, punctuations, and many other characters used in writing text. The Unicode Standard is intended to support the needs of all types of users, whether in business or academia, using mainstream or minority scripts.”  [[https://home.unicode.org/basic-info/faq/|unicode.org]]
  
 “Because //Unicode Standard// is a character encoding standard and not the //Universal Encyclopedia of Writing Systems and Character Identity//, the stability and uniqueness of published character names is far more important than the correctness of the name.”   [[http://unicode.org/notes/tn27/|Known Anomalies in Unicode Character Names]] “Because //Unicode Standard// is a character encoding standard and not the //Universal Encyclopedia of Writing Systems and Character Identity//, the stability and uniqueness of published character names is far more important than the correctness of the name.”   [[http://unicode.org/notes/tn27/|Known Anomalies in Unicode Character Names]]
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