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Actually surprised to here that, as with the exception of tab, I perceive the remaining control characters to have no common semantics, other than being used by various platforms as being being semantically equivalent to newline; and correspondingly perceive newline not to be literal character, but an abstraction for the end-of-line sequence as presumed by various different platforms, which is how it's historically been treated. > From: bear <bear@xxxxxxxxx> > Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 13:40:17 -0800 (PST) > To: Ken Dickey <Ken.Dickey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Cc: srfi-52@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: char-whitespace? > Resent-From: srfi-52@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Resent-Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 22:40:28 +0100 (NFT) > > On Sat, 14 Feb 2004, Ken Dickey wrote: > >> I just noted that Tab, Form Feed, Line Feed, and Carriage Return have Unicode >> class Cc [Control Code] and are not in Zs (Separator, space) or Zl >> (Separator, line). >> >> I suspect the char-whitespace? definition should include them. > > agreed. > > Bear >