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Tom Emerson <tree@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: > Surrogate codepoints have a character property. They should be usable > in a string, and individually can be considered a character. This is exactly part of the reason why char=codepoint is such a lose. Most code doesn't *want* to see this kind of garbage; it's an encoding issue. I want chars where the *computer* takes care of the coding. I want chars that are fully-understood characters, not little pieces of a character.