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Danny Wier scripsit:
> ' (apostrophe-glottal stop) should be written as a "high nine" apostrophe, if
> possible -- this does not apply to plain-text e-mails since this falls outside
> of ASCII and even Latin-1 (it's Unicode value is hex 2019, but is found at hex
> 92 in Windows Western).

In a real Unicode environment, you want U+02BC, which looks the same
as U+2019 but is a real letter, not a punctuation mark.

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