Ar 12:52 -0800 2001-01-17, scríobh John Hudson:
>Are thes four consonants always joined in this way when following an
>independent vowel? Or is this behaviour exceptional and limited to borrowed
>words, etc.? I'm wondering if you need anything between the vowel and
>consonant at all, or if you could treat this simply as an obligatory ligature?
That's pretty un-Indian. The thing with "obligatory" ligatures is that you
always find exceptions where you want to override it. Hence ZWJ and ZWNJ.
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