Re: [tscii] unicode combn. for "ksha" (as in akshaya)?
KSHA = linguistically it is 'k' + 'sh' + 'a'
In Unicode 'KA' + pulli + 'SHA'
or U+0B95 U+0BCD U+0BB7
SRI = linguistically 'sh' + 'r' + 'ii'
In Unicode 'SHA' + pulli + 'RA' + 'II'
or U+0BB7 U+0BCD U+0BB0 U+0BC0
There is no Anuswara in Tamil language as for as I know.
So U+0B82 is an extraneous character.
There is no equalent of Tamil Numeral zero. This needs to be
added to Unicode Tamil segment.
Please see the following pages for some details discussion.
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- Dear Sivaraj,
I've been working with info from you sometimes back
similar to what you write below. In AvaUni Keyboard
driver I followd this pattern. There is a Microsft
keyboard driver (included with Win2000) I noticed that
it was generating STii like in Steve.
I some times wonder if in Devanagari there is no such
thing as SRii but only STii. Would this cause any
confusion within developer community?
--- Sivaraj D <sivaraj_d@...> wrote: >
> KSHA = linguistically it is 'k' + 'sh' + 'a'
> In Unicode 'KA' + pulli +
> or U+0B95 U+0BCD
> SRI = linguistically 'sh' + 'r' + 'ii'
> In Unicode 'SHA' + pulli +
> 'RA' + 'II'
> or U+0BB7 U+0BCD
> U+0BB0 U+0BC0
> There is no Anuswara in Tamil language as for as I
> So U+0B82 is an extraneous character.
> There is no equalent of Tamil Numeral zero. This
> needs to be
> added to Unicode Tamil segment.
> Please see the following pages for some details
> Chat with friends online, try MSN Messenger:__________________________________________________
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