Name (Private Character)
This attribute is used for use with <private-char>, to contain the unique name for the private character being defined.
For Character Description: The @name attribute for a defined private character <private-char> provides a Unicode-style name (an all uppercase name) for the private character, for example, “COMBINING CYRILLIC PALATALIZATION”. In contrast, the @description attribute for a defined private character <private-char> provides a rough visual description, for example, “combining vertical tilde”.
Used on Element: <private-char>
|Text, numbers, or special characters||For use with <private-char>, supplies the name of the character being defined. By convention, this character should be named in a fashion similar to names found in the Unicode Standard (for example, in all uppercase ASCII, “NORTHWEST SOUTHEAST ARROW”).|
|Restriction||@name is an optional attribute; there is no default.|
... <private-char name="NORTHWEST SOUTHEAST ARROW" description="Arrow, normal weight, single line, two-headed, Northwest to Southeast"> <glyph-data id="NWSEArr" format="PBM" resolution="300" x-size="34" y-size="34"> ... </glyph-data></private-char> ...