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>>>>> "Godmar" == Godmar Back <email@example.com> writes: >>>> harness.check (Character.isIdentifierIgnorable('\u202c')); Godmar> That in turn means that Character.isIdentifierIgnorable should Godmar> have returned true, but returned false, right? Yes. Godmar> My JDK 1.2 spec, however, says: Godmar> 0x200C through 0x200F join controls Godmar> 0x200A through 0x200E bidirectional controls Notice that these overlap. A look at the Unicode standard reveals that this is a typo in the JDK 1.2 spec. It should read: 0x202A through 0x202E bidirectional controls So the test case is correct. Godmar> Also, I'd like tags better, like so: Godmar> harness.check (! Character.isIdentifierIgnorable('Z'), "check Z"); Godmar> harness.check (Character.isIdentifierIgnorable('\u202c', "check 202c")); Godmar> harness.check (Character.isIdentifierIgnorable('\ufeff', "check no-break")); Godmar> Then it would be easier to find the culprit, and one wouldn't Godmar> have to infer how to count. I don't want to have to type a description for every single test. So far it hasn't really been a pain for me to find a failing test. Tom