Many languages use Latin. As such it's more of a script than an encoding.
At 07:46 PM 11/9/98 -0800, Murray Sargent wrote:
>Many languages use Braille. As such it's more of an encoding than a script.
>> From: John Cowan [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> > All other additions are either extensions to existing scripts
>> > or represent symbols or symbol collections. (Braille is not
>> > generally considered a script.)
>> This last seems highly debatable. Why is Braille not a script?
>> I realize that the 256 dot-patterns mean different things in different
>> contexts, but isn't that equally true of other scripts?
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