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The Unicode old farts^W^Wrespected elders have confirmed that if you segment a Unicode string by grapheme clusters as officially defined by Unicode, then normalization forms C and D will not change it; that is, any change will be within grapheme clusters and not across their boundaries. This does not hold for normalization forms KC and KD, which remove characters with compatibility decompositions. -- John Cowan www.ccil.org/~cowan www.reutershealth.com jcowan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [T]here is a Darwinian explanation for the refusal to accept Darwin. Given the very pessimistic conclusions about moral purpose to which his theory drives us, and given the importance of a sense of moral purpose in helping us cope with life, a refusal to believe Darwin's theory may have important survival value. --Ian Johnston