John Cowan wrote:
> Ahem. ftp://ftp.unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS/VENDORS/MISC/SGML.TXT
> written by yours truly, and brought to you by the miracle of Her
> Divine Effulgency, Sarasvati.
And SGML.TXT contains this line:
>jnodot ISOamso 0x???? # latin small letter dotless j
Anyone knows, or can imagine, the rationale for the existence of a dotless j
Is this a character actually used to spell some language (in this case,
shouldn't it be in Unicode), or is it just a "presentation glyph" for when j
carries a combining accent?
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