Unicode alternative for '..' (ticket #3894)
Roel van Dijk
vandijk.roel at gmail.com
Thu Apr 15 14:04:32 EDT 2010
That is very interesting. I didn't know the history of those characters.
> If we can't find a Unicode character that everyone agrees upon,
> I also don't see any problem with leaving it as two FULL STOP
I agree. I don't like the current Unicode variant for "..", therefore
I suggested an alternative. But I didn't consider removing it
altogether. It is an interesting idea.
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