ISSUE-248: using Unicode notation in ABNF

using Unicode notation in ABNF

State:
PENDING REVIEW
Product:
TPE Last Call
Raised by:
Nick Doty
Opened on:
2014-07-13
Description:
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-tracking-comments/2014Jun/0022.html
I18N-ISSUE-346

[Editorial][Nit] In this section, the characters "1" and "0" are referred to using ABNF %31 and %30 respectively. Generally when referring to characters, we prefer to see the Unicode U+NNNN notation used also so that it is clear that you are referring to the character value and not a byte value.
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Related emails:
  1. Resolving Last Call issues to TPE (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2014-09-08)
  2. Re: tracking-ISSUE-248: using Unicode notation in ABNF [TPE Last Call] (from fielding@gbiv.com on 2014-08-26)
  3. tracking-ISSUE-248: using Unicode notation in ABNF [TPE Last Call] (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2014-07-13)

Related notes:

The parenthetical notes of (%x31) and (%x30) have been removed in r1.272 because they are truly unnecessary and make the prose harder to read.

Roy Fielding, 27 Aug 2014, 00:48:16

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