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Title : Internationalized domain names divided by characters
Author(s) : D. Jang
Filename : draft-dkjang-idn-01.txt
Pages : 11
Date : 10-Aug-00
This description addresses the method for using internationalized
(multilingual) domain names under the current DNS. Further, the method
for converting a internationalized domain name expressed in a native
language, into a traditional US-ASCII domain name compatible in current
DNS, is addressed.
This method especially uses 'sequence of 36 characters' to convert all
characters in IDN into US-ASCII.
Finally, the way to use this method with lc2LDs are presented.
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