Re: Digraphs

From: Doug Ewell (
Date: Thu Feb 17 2000 - 20:09:02 EST

Robert Lloyd Wheelock <> wrote:

> To mark an apical <t> from an alveolar <t>, while a dental <t> has an
> undercircumflex [U032D, &#813] under it.); the reverse cedilla, which
> isn't yet a UniCode character, indicates its reverse-retracted (reared
> or backed) articulation.

How does a reverse cedilla differ from an ogonek? If they are the same
character, then U+0328 COMBINING OGONEK would seem to be what Robert
needs. But I seem to remember a discussion about them being different

-Doug Ewell
 Fullerton, California

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