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Re: what is the real problem?
Keith Moore scripsit:
> not quite - all that is required is that there be one address that is
> transcribable by any potential recipient. but for me it's an open
> question as to whether a Latin alphabet / ASCII-encoded fallback is
> sufficient, given the absence of those characters on many of the
> world's keyboards.
If you can't count on Basic Latin, I very much doubt that there is
anything you can count on. "Implement zero [not useful], one [Basic Latin]
or every possible way to do something."
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