From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Oct 15 2002 - 01:52:19 EDT
<nbarman at randomhouse dot com> wrote:
> I am trying to use the Hindi keyboard with the Hindi font
> Mangal provided by Microsoft. I'm not understanding what key
> I should press to get the ZWJ (Zero-Width Joiner) as well as
> the Zero-Width-Non-Joiner (ZWNJ). I've looked at various
> keyboard mappings online and not found how to get these characters.
> I'm able to use these two in Microsoft Word if I go into the
> character map and find them by their Unicode number value and
> then assign a keyboard shortcut to them, but otherwise, I've
> not met with success.
I visited Microsoft's keyboard site at:
and couldn't find any mappings for ZWJ or ZWNJ on the Hindi keyboard
I know that ZWJ is used in Devanagari to form explicit half-consonants.
What would ZWNJ do?
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