Commit f68b33f5 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix styling of Unicode codepoints in manuals

* doc/lispref/nonascii.texi (Character Properties):
* doc/lispref/display.texi (Glyphless Chars)
(Bidirectional Display):
* doc/emacs/search.texi (Lax Search):
* doc/emacs/text.texi (Quotation Marks):
* doc/emacs/basic.texi (Inserting Text): Canonicalize the
style of "U+NNNN CHARACTER NAME".  (Bug#35885)
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...@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ just like digits. Case is ignored. ...@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ just like digits. Case is ignored.
@cindex curved quotes, inserting @cindex curved quotes, inserting
A few common Unicode characters can be inserted via a command A few common Unicode characters can be inserted via a command
starting with @kbd{C-x 8}. For example, @kbd{C-x 8 [} inserts @t{‘} starting with @kbd{C-x 8}. For example, @kbd{C-x 8 [} inserts @t{‘}
which is Unicode code-point @code{U+2018} LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, which is Unicode code-point U+2018 @sc{left single quotation mark},
sometimes called a left single ``curved quote'' or ``curly quote''. sometimes called a left single ``curved quote'' or ``curly quote''.
Similarly, @kbd{C-x 8 ]}, @kbd{C-x 8 @{} and @kbd{C-x 8 @}} insert the Similarly, @kbd{C-x 8 ]}, @kbd{C-x 8 @{} and @kbd{C-x 8 @}} insert the
curved quotes @t{’}, @t{“} and @t{”}, respectively. Also, a working curved quotes @t{’}, @t{“} and @t{”}, respectively. Also, a working
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...@@ -1310,14 +1310,14 @@ of its accented cousins like @code{@"a} and @code{@'a}, i.e., the ...@@ -1310,14 +1310,14 @@ of its accented cousins like @code{@"a} and @code{@'a}, i.e., the
match disregards the diacritics that distinguish these match disregards the diacritics that distinguish these
variants. In addition, @code{a} matches other characters that variants. In addition, @code{a} matches other characters that
resemble it, or have it as part of their graphical representation, resemble it, or have it as part of their graphical representation,
such as @sc{u+249c parenthesized latin small letter a} and @sc{u+2100 such as U+249C @sc{parenthesized latin small letter a} and U+2100
account of} (which looks like a small @code{a} over @code{c}). @sc{account of} (which looks like a small @code{a} over @code{c}).
Similarly, the @acronym{ASCII} double-quote character @code{"} matches Similarly, the @acronym{ASCII} double-quote character @code{"} matches
all the other variants of double quotes defined by the Unicode all the other variants of double quotes defined by the Unicode
standard. Finally, character folding can make a sequence of one or standard. Finally, character folding can make a sequence of one or
more characters match another sequence of a different length: for more characters match another sequence of a different length: for
example, the sequence of two characters @code{ff} matches @sc{u+fb00 example, the sequence of two characters @code{ff} matches U+FB00
latin small ligature ff}. Character sequences that are not identical, @sc{latin small ligature ff}. Character sequences that are not identical,
but match under character folding are known as @dfn{equivalent but match under character folding are known as @dfn{equivalent
character sequences}. character sequences}.
...@@ -1642,8 +1642,9 @@ replacement has already been made, @key{DEL} and @key{SPC} are ...@@ -1642,8 +1642,9 @@ replacement has already been made, @key{DEL} and @key{SPC} are
equivalent in this situation; both move to the next occurrence. equivalent in this situation; both move to the next occurrence.
You can type @kbd{C-r} at this point (see below) to alter the replaced You can type @kbd{C-r} at this point (see below) to alter the replaced
text. You can also type @kbd{C-x u} to undo the replacement; this exits text. You can also undo the replacement with the @code{undo} command
the @code{query-replace}, so if you want to do further replacement you (e.g., type @kbd{C-x u}; @pxref{Undo}); this exits the
@code{query-replace}, so if you want to do further replacement you
must use @kbd{C-x @key{ESC} @key{ESC} @key{RET}} to restart must use @kbd{C-x @key{ESC} @key{ESC} @key{RET}} to restart
(@pxref{Repetition}). (@pxref{Repetition}).
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...@@ -428,10 +428,10 @@ using straight apostrophes @t{'like this'} or double-quotes @t{"like ...@@ -428,10 +428,10 @@ using straight apostrophes @t{'like this'} or double-quotes @t{"like
this"}. Another common way is the curved quote convention, which uses this"}. Another common way is the curved quote convention, which uses
left and right single or double quotation marks `@t{like this}' or left and right single or double quotation marks `@t{like this}' or
``@t{like this}''@footnote{ ``@t{like this}''@footnote{
The curved single quote characters are U+2018 LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION The curved single quote characters are U+2018 @sc{left single quotation
MARK and U+2018 RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK; the curved double quotes mark} and U+2018 @sc{right single quotation mark}; the curved double quotes
are U+201C LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK and U+201D RIGHT DOUBLE are U+201C @sc{left double quotation mark} and U+201D @sc{right double
QUOTATION MARK. On text terminals which cannot display these quotation mark}. On text terminals which cannot display these
characters, the Info reader might show them as the typewriter ASCII characters, the Info reader might show them as the typewriter ASCII
quote characters. quote characters.
}. In text files, typewriter quotes are simple and }. In text files, typewriter quotes are simple and
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...@@ -7269,9 +7269,9 @@ Non-@acronym{ASCII}, non-printing characters @code{U+0080} to ...@@ -7269,9 +7269,9 @@ Non-@acronym{ASCII}, non-printing characters @code{U+0080} to
@samp{\230}). @samp{\230}).
@item format-control @item format-control
Characters of Unicode General Category [Cf], such as @samp{U+200E} Characters of Unicode General Category [Cf], such as U+200E
(Left-to-Right Mark), but excluding characters that have graphic @sc{left-to-right mark}, but excluding characters that have graphic
images, such as @samp{U+00AD} (Soft Hyphen). images, such as U+00AD @sc{soft hyphen}.
@item no-font @item no-font
Characters for which there is no suitable font, or which cannot be Characters for which there is no suitable font, or which cannot be
...@@ -7654,12 +7654,12 @@ problem: ...@@ -7654,12 +7654,12 @@ problem:
@itemize @minus @itemize @minus
@item @item
Append the special character @code{U+200E}, LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK, or Append the special character U+200E @sc{left-to-right mark}, or
@acronym{LRM}, to the end of each field that may have bidirectional @acronym{LRM}, to the end of each field that may have bidirectional
content, or prepend it to the beginning of the following field. The content, or prepend it to the beginning of the following field. The
function @code{bidi-string-mark-left-to-right}, described below, comes function @code{bidi-string-mark-left-to-right}, described below, comes
in handy for this purpose. (In a right-to-left paragraph, use in handy for this purpose. (In a right-to-left paragraph, use
@code{U+200F}, RIGHT-TO-LEFT MARK, or @acronym{RLM}, instead.) This U+200F @sc{right-to-left mark}, or @acronym{RLM}, instead.) This
is one of the solutions recommended by the UBA. is one of the solutions recommended by the UBA.
@item @item
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...@@ -550,8 +550,8 @@ characters whose @code{Numeric_Type} is @samp{Numeric}. The value of ...@@ -550,8 +550,8 @@ characters whose @code{Numeric_Type} is @samp{Numeric}. The value of
this property is a number. Examples of characters that have this this property is a number. Examples of characters that have this
property include fractions, subscripts, superscripts, Roman numerals, property include fractions, subscripts, superscripts, Roman numerals,
currency numerators, and encircled numbers. For example, the value of currency numerators, and encircled numbers. For example, the value of
this property for the character @code{U+2155} (@sc{vulgar fraction one this property for the character U+2155 @sc{vulgar fraction one
fifth}) is @code{0.2}. For characters that don't have any numeric fifth} is @code{0.2}. For characters that don't have any numeric
value, and for unassigned codepoints, the value is @code{nil}, which value, and for unassigned codepoints, the value is @code{nil}, which
means @acronym{NaN}. means @acronym{NaN}.
...@@ -622,23 +622,24 @@ is @code{nil}, which means the character itself. ...@@ -622,23 +622,24 @@ is @code{nil}, which means the character itself.
@item special-uppercase @item special-uppercase
Corresponds to Unicode language- and context-independent special upper-casing Corresponds to Unicode language- and context-independent special upper-casing
rules. The value of this property is a string (which may be empty). For rules. The value of this property is a string (which may be empty). For
example mapping for @code{U+00DF} (@sc{latin small letter sharp s}) is example mapping for U+00DF @sc{latin small letter sharp s} is
@code{"SS"}. For characters with no special mapping, the value is @code{nil} @code{"SS"}. For characters with no special mapping, the value is @code{nil}
which means @code{uppercase} property needs to be consulted instead. which means @code{uppercase} property needs to be consulted instead.
@item special-lowercase @item special-lowercase
Corresponds to Unicode language- and context-independent special lower-casing Corresponds to Unicode language- and context-independent special
rules. The value of this property is a string (which may be empty). For lower-casing rules. The value of this property is a string (which may
example mapping for @code{U+0130} (@sc{latin capital letter i with dot above}) be empty). For example mapping for U+0130 @sc{latin capital letter i
the value is @code{"i\u0307"} (i.e. 2-character string consisting of @sc{latin with dot above} the value is @code{"i\u0307"} (i.e. 2-character string
small letter i} followed by @sc{combining dot above}). For characters with no consisting of @sc{latin small letter i} followed by U+0307
special mapping, the value is @code{nil} which means @code{lowercase} property @sc{combining dot above}). For characters with no special mapping,
needs to be consulted instead. the value is @code{nil} which means @code{lowercase} property needs to
be consulted instead.
@item special-titlecase @item special-titlecase
Corresponds to Unicode unconditional special title-casing rules. The value of Corresponds to Unicode unconditional special title-casing rules. The value of
this property is a string (which may be empty). For example mapping for this property is a string (which may be empty). For example mapping for
@code{U+FB01} (@sc{latin small ligature fi}) the value is @code{"Fi"}. For U+FB01 @sc{latin small ligature fi} the value is @code{"Fi"}. For
characters with no special mapping, the value is @code{nil} which means characters with no special mapping, the value is @code{nil} which means
@code{titlecase} property needs to be consulted instead. @code{titlecase} property needs to be consulted instead.
@end table @end table
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