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- Rainer Weikusat
June 5, 2015, 3:43 pm
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Interesting statement from the Perl 5.22 documentation:
gcb stands for Grapheme Cluster Boundary. It is a Unicode
property that finds the boundary between sequences of characters
that look like a single character to a native speaker of a
In line with something I posted earlier in a completely different group,
I hereby humbly propose to create the following two 'extended grapheme
clusters', "overline plus combining vertical bar" and "capital lambda
combining hyphen". There's a consortium of natives somewhere who
mistakenly assume that these were the letters A and T.
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