ISSUE-346: Section 5.2 use of %31 and %30 for characters 1 and 0

Section 5.2 use of %31 and %30 for characters 1 and 0

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OPEN
Product:
tracking-dnt
Raised by:
Addison Phillips
Opened on:
2014-05-29
Description:
http://www.w3.org/TR/tracking-dnt/

[Editorial][Nit]

Section 5.2 use of %31 and %30 for characters 1 and 0

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.
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  3. I18N-ISSUE-346: Section 5.2 use of %31 and %30 for characters 1 and 0 (from addison@lab126.com on 2014-06-20)
  4. [minutes] Internationalization telecon 2014-06-05 (from ishida@w3.org on 2014-06-05)
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Created issue 'Section 5.2 use of %31 and %30 for characters 1 and 0' nickname owned by Addison Phillips on product .prep-tracking-dnt, description 'http://www.w3.org/TR/tracking-dnt/

[Editorial][Nit]

Section 5.2 use of %31 and %30 for characters 1 and 0

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. ' non-public

Addison Phillips, 29 May 2014, 17:02:21


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