Writing a Carriage Return in Unicode

Gregory Ewing greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Sun Nov 22 08:33:00 CET 2009

Steve Howell wrote:
> If you are
> going to couple character sets to their legacy physical
> implementations, you should also have a special extra character to dot
> your i's and cross your t's.

No, no, no. For that device you need to output a series
of motion vectors for the scribing point. Plus control
characters for "dip nib" and "apply blotter", and
possibly also "pluck goose" for when the print head
becomes worn.


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