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New Unicode Bug Discovered For Common Japanese Character "No"

Jul 19

AmiMoJo writes: Some users have noticed that the Japanese character “no”, which is extremely common in the Japanese language (forming parts of many words, or meaning something similar to the English word “of” on its own). The Unicode standard has apparently marked the character as sometimes being used in mathematical formulae, causing it to be rendering in a different font to the surrounding text in certain applications. Similar but more widespread issues have plagued Unicode for decades due to the decision to unify dissimilar characters in Chinese, Japanese and Korean.


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