From: Andy White (Andy__White@btinternet.com)
Date: Wed Feb 12 2003 - 02:57:17 EST
> Andy White wrote,
> > The ORIYA LETTER WA (A.K.A. ORIYA VOWEL O WITH SUBSCRIPT
> CONSONANT VA)
> It looks like a squashed U+0B13 atop the base of U+0B2A and
> doesn't seem to resemble U+0B35.
Ah, but 0B35 didn't used to look the way it does in the charts today. It
used to look the same as 0B2C.
(Which I think that you probably already know)
> > An example is the Devanagri Letter Vocalic R with
> Superscript Letter
> > Ra (aka
> > Vowel Ru with Reph). Despite many discussions, no one has
> been able to come
> > any agreement as to how to encode it. Is this a candidate?
> If not; how
> > to
> > it?
> U+0930, U+094D, U+090B ?
How then would you encode a visual U+0930, U+094D, U+090B (which may be
needed when a glottal stop is intended between the 'ra' and 'ri')?
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