Date: Tue Feb 04 2003 - 15:52:25 EST
Peter Constable wrote,
> There are indeed some examples in Latin script. For instance, there are
> three different typeforms form 014A used by different language communities.
It's also been reported that there's a strong local preference
for a variant of U+0257 in certain African language communities.
(It would be nice to have confirmation about U+0257...)
If these alternate forms were needed to be displayed in a single
multi-lingual plain-text file, wouldn't we need some method of
tagging the runs of Latin text for their specific languages?
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