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"John.Cowan" <jcowan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: > It's important to note the rather subtle definition of "canonical > equivalence" in Unicode. It's not the case that if two strings are > canonically equivalent, a Unicode-compliant process MUST treat them > identically. Rather, a Unicode- compliant process MAUST NOT > assume that another Unicode-compliant process will treat them > differently. I believe that a sufficiently fancy Scheme implementation should be allowed to treat canonically equivalent sequences identically. We should not standardize in Scheme a differential treatment here.