Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> The "Indic model" is largely based on an abstraction of
> the phonology of the language the script is used to write....
> The "Thai model" is a typewriter-derived variant of the
> Indic model that rules out reordrant or surroundrant characters,
> because of the limitations of typewriter technology....
Just a curiosity, I'm a Thai and used to the Thai model so I'm
wondering how other brahmi-derived scripts are
1) typed on typewriter
2) typed on computer keyboard
That is, are they all using the same (logical) order?
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Samphan Raruenrom Information Research and Development Division, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand. http://www.nectec.or.th/home/index.html
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