From: Herman Ranes (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 24 2003 - 11:27:24 EST
Here are some examples of Cyrillic wowels with combining diactitics
(utf-8 as well as NCR-encoded) Cyrillic characters:
They were edited with SC UniPad:
> Even after studying the Unicode web site for a while I am not able to
> find a solution for this issue.
> The task is to include accented cyrillic characters (vowels only) into
> russian html. (Vowels are accented or "stressmarked" in Russian for
> educational purpose.)
> My html pages are always utf-8 encoded.
> "Pre-accented" Russian vowels obviously do not exist as Unicode
> characters of their own.
> I only need one kind of accent. Its Unicode number is probably 0301 and
> it is called "accent" or sometimes "stressmark".
> The remaining question is how to "combine" this accent with a vowel, or:
> how to get that dammed stress mark 0301 on top of a character?
-- Herman Ranes Høgskolen i Sør-Trøndelag Avdeling for teknologi Telefon +47 73559606 Institutt for elektroteknikk Telefaks +47 73559581 <firstname.lastname@example.org> N-7004 TRONDHEIM http://www.hist.no/~hra/ NOREG
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