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Clarification needed#

Statement it does not imply that the characters not to be used in Creole should not be used in Creole isn't very clear... I guess it should read it does not imply that the characters not in Creole should not be used in Creole.

Are parenthesis used in any current markup?

--YvesPiguet, 07-Feb-02

I suggest to just join both lists, keeping track of which characters are in Creole seems a little pointless. It seems it could be maybe potentially useful when looking for conflicts, but that's not true -- since most of Creole's markup is 2 or more characters anyways.

-- RadomirDopieralski, 2007-02-02

That's fine by me, thanks.

--YvesPiguet, 2007-Feb-02

I think it's nice to keep the two lists separate, just as a quick reference sheet to see which characters are being used by Creole and which aren't.

--ChuckSmith, 2007-Feb-05

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