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Date 2019-03-30.14:41:13
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In `unicodedata`, the functions `lookup` and `name` have some bugs and inconsistencies.

`lookup` matches case-insensitively, except for the algorithmic names of Hangul syllables and CJK unified ideographs, which must be in all caps. The documentation does not explain how character names are fuzzily matched.

`lookup` accepts names like “CJK UNIFIED IDEOGRAPH-04E00”, where the code point has a leading zero.

`lookup` and `name` don’t implement rule NR2, defined in chapter 4 of Unicode, for Tangut ideographs’ names.
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