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[e] (0) Reorder the definitions and fix them so that they aren't cyclic.

Fixing http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=13676

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component of a <code>DOMString</code>. (This is a narrower
definition than the one used in Unicode.) <a href=#refsWEBIDL>[WEBIDL]</a></p>

<p>The term <dfn id=unicode-character>Unicode character</dfn> is used to mean a <i title="">Unicode scalar value</i> (i.e. any Unicode code point that
is not a surrogate code point). <a href=#refsUNICODE>[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>The term <dfn id=unicode-code-point>Unicode code point</dfn> means a <a href=#unicode-character>Unicode
character</a> where possible, and an isolated surrogate code
point when not. When a conformance requirement is defined in terms
of characters or Unicode code points, a pair of <a href=#code-unit title="code
unit">code units</a> consisting of a high surrogate followed by a
low surrogate must be treated as the single code point represented
by the surrogate pair, but isolated surrogates must each be treated
as the single code point with the value of the surrogate.</p>
<p>The term <dfn id=unicode-code-point>Unicode code point</dfn> means a <i title="">Unicode scalar value</i> where possible, and an isolated
surrogate code point when not. When a conformance requirement is
defined in terms of characters or Unicode code points, a pair of
<a href=#code-unit title="code unit">code units</a> consisting of a high
surrogate followed by a low surrogate must be treated as the single
code point represented by the surrogate pair, but isolated
surrogates must each be treated as the single code point with the
value of the surrogate. <a href=#refsUNICODE>[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>In this specification, the term <dfn id=character>character</dfn>, when not
qualified as <em>Unicode</em> character, is synonymous with the term
<a href=#unicode-code-point>Unicode code point</a>.</p>

<p>The term <dfn id=unicode-character>Unicode character</dfn> is used to mean a <i title="">Unicode scalar value</i> (i.e. any Unicode code point that
is not a surrogate code point). <a href=#refsUNICODE>[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>The <dfn id=code-point-length>code-point length</dfn> of a string is the number of
<a href=#code-unit title="code unit">code units</a> in that string.</p>

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component of a <code>DOMString</code>. (This is a narrower
definition than the one used in Unicode.) <a href=#refsWEBIDL>[WEBIDL]</a></p>

<p>The term <dfn id=unicode-character>Unicode character</dfn> is used to mean a <i title="">Unicode scalar value</i> (i.e. any Unicode code point that
is not a surrogate code point). <a href=#refsUNICODE>[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>The term <dfn id=unicode-code-point>Unicode code point</dfn> means a <a href=#unicode-character>Unicode
character</a> where possible, and an isolated surrogate code
point when not. When a conformance requirement is defined in terms
of characters or Unicode code points, a pair of <a href=#code-unit title="code
unit">code units</a> consisting of a high surrogate followed by a
low surrogate must be treated as the single code point represented
by the surrogate pair, but isolated surrogates must each be treated
as the single code point with the value of the surrogate.</p>
<p>The term <dfn id=unicode-code-point>Unicode code point</dfn> means a <i title="">Unicode scalar value</i> where possible, and an isolated
surrogate code point when not. When a conformance requirement is
defined in terms of characters or Unicode code points, a pair of
<a href=#code-unit title="code unit">code units</a> consisting of a high
surrogate followed by a low surrogate must be treated as the single
code point represented by the surrogate pair, but isolated
surrogates must each be treated as the single code point with the
value of the surrogate. <a href=#refsUNICODE>[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>In this specification, the term <dfn id=character>character</dfn>, when not
qualified as <em>Unicode</em> character, is synonymous with the term
<a href=#unicode-code-point>Unicode code point</a>.</p>

<p>The term <dfn id=unicode-character>Unicode character</dfn> is used to mean a <i title="">Unicode scalar value</i> (i.e. any Unicode code point that
is not a surrogate code point). <a href=#refsUNICODE>[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>The <dfn id=code-point-length>code-point length</dfn> of a string is the number of
<a href=#code-unit title="code unit">code units</a> in that string.</p>

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@@ -2243,24 +2243,25 @@ a.setAttribute('href', 'http://example.com/'); // change the content attribute d
definition than the one used in Unicode.) <a
href="#refsWEBIDL">[WEBIDL]</a></p>

<p>The term <dfn>Unicode character</dfn> is used to mean a <i
title="">Unicode scalar value</i> (i.e. any Unicode code point that
is not a surrogate code point). <a
href="#refsUNICODE">[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>The term <dfn>Unicode code point</dfn> means a <span>Unicode
character</span> where possible, and an isolated surrogate code
point when not. When a conformance requirement is defined in terms
of characters or Unicode code points, a pair of <span title="code
unit">code units</span> consisting of a high surrogate followed by a
low surrogate must be treated as the single code point represented
by the surrogate pair, but isolated surrogates must each be treated
as the single code point with the value of the surrogate.</p>
<p>The term <dfn>Unicode code point</dfn> means a <i
title="">Unicode scalar value</i> where possible, and an isolated
surrogate code point when not. When a conformance requirement is
defined in terms of characters or Unicode code points, a pair of
<span title="code unit">code units</span> consisting of a high
surrogate followed by a low surrogate must be treated as the single
code point represented by the surrogate pair, but isolated
surrogates must each be treated as the single code point with the
value of the surrogate. <a href="#refsUNICODE">[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>In this specification, the term <dfn>character</dfn>, when not
qualified as <em>Unicode</em> character, is synonymous with the term
<span>Unicode code point</span>.</p>

<p>The term <dfn>Unicode character</dfn> is used to mean a <i
title="">Unicode scalar value</i> (i.e. any Unicode code point that
is not a surrogate code point). <a
href="#refsUNICODE">[UNICODE]</a></p>

<p>The <dfn>code-point length</dfn> of a string is the number of
<span title="code unit">code units</span> in that string.</p>

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