Yes, it's an Altaic-Turkic (Eastern) language. If I remember correctly,
Uighur uses Arabic script in China too, and the codepoints necessary should
already be there?
From: Michael (michka) Kaplan [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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Isn't Uighur a Turkic language? Are there actually characters that are not
already in Unicode? I think you might find that is all in there?
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Hello, Michael S. Kaplan!
thanks your help.
I am a chinese minorety(uighur).how can I add our characters to UNICODE
I have a drem one day I can see the Uighur characters in unicode table!
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