Unicode has lots of control characters that can create function such as reversing the text that follows. On the other hand it doesn't have control characters to set the color of text. It seems there's plenty of free space in unicode. Why did they decide against having unicode control characters that determine textcolor?
closed as primarily opinion-based by Oded May 23 '16 at 12:45
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