hum ? Where it said it is "strong type, RIGHT-TO-LEFT" ? Which book ? Which version
? Which page ? Or which file on-line ?
Unicode 2.0 said the following...
3.11 Bidirectional Behavior [start 3-14]
Table-3-5 Bidirectional Character Types [page 3-17]
EN Weak European Number European digits, Eastern Arabic-Indic digits, ...
AN Weak Arabic Number Arabic-Indic digits, Arabic decimal & thousands seperators,
Chookij Vanatham wrote:
> According to the Bidi algorithm, the arabic number (U+0671 - U+0679) has the
> strong type, RIGHT-TO-LEFT.
U+671-U+679 is NOT arabic digit. U+0671-U+0679 is exteneded Arabic letters ALEF
WASLA - TTEH
U+0660 - U+0669 is arabic digit.
> So, regardless of RLO and RLE, can I say that
> the arabic number (U+0671 - U+0679) would be always written from RIGHT to LEFT.
> This is confused me due to I see that, in miscrosoft word (arabic version),
> the arabic number is written from LEFT to RIGHT.
> May be someone can let me know which one is right or I miss anything ?
> Thanks a lot.
> Chookij V.
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