Ar 11:30 -0800 2000-01-19, scríobh Janko Stamenovic:
>> >Again I don't see then why Serbian t must be the same character
>> as Russian t
>> >in Unicode which already spent a lot of different characters for
>> "the same
>> Because it is historically the same character,
>How do you define "historically the same character" please?
Both derive directly from Old Slavonic letter tvrdo.
>If we find out that they were in pre-computer era printed differently, even
>if also then was much easier to use available Russian letter shapes, what
>would it mean about "historicaly the same"?
Yes. They would still both derive directly from Old Slavonic letter tvrdo.
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