[tex-hyphen] Unicode code points or UTF-8 codes?

Arthur Reutenauer arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org
Wed Apr 13 01:31:12 CEST 2016

> For example suppose you want to set into a pat.txt file the combining acute
> accent: is had code point U+0301; speaking TeX or LuaTeX, must that glyph be
> inserted as ^^^^0301 or the utf-8 way ^^^^cc81 ?

  As Mojca mentioned, you should input them straight in UTF-8 anyway,
but for your information, the correct way is ^^^^0301; ^^^^cc81 would
mean character U+CC81, a Hangul syllable.

> Where and how do you assign it a non zero lccode?

  It's probably best if you let Mojca and me handle this.



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