Tue Nov 18 23:43:20 CET 2008
rules, there is no otherwise covered case where mixing AN and EN leads to a
label that violates the requirements (as distinct from the rules) of bidi. =
stated earlier, a label containing an AN is an RTL label. An RTL label mus=
start with an AL or R (rule 1) and must contain only R, AL, AN, EN, ES, CS,
ET, ON, BN or NSM. Note that the only strong characters in this label are
AL and R (L is not allowed and sor is excluded because the first character
must be AL or R). Given that, no EN can resolve to an L
[http://unicode.org/reports/tr9/#W7], therefore all AN and EN will resolve
to the same levels.
Or perhaps I am missing something?
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