Re: Is it true that Unicode is insufficient for Oriental languages?

From: John Cowan (
Date: Fri May 23 2003 - 11:12:11 EDT

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    Philippe Verdy scripsit:

    > Do you include educational/vulgarization publications in your hope? They
    > have a very distinct need to introduce concepts with a notation that can
    > easily be recognized and learned by students using a non-Latin non-Greek
    > script for their native language... Mathematical symbolic notations in
    > this case are adapted to local scripts and languages.

    Can you cite examples? They would be found in Cyrillic-script languages if

    It seems to me that the burden of persuasion is on you.

    All Norstrilians knew what laughter was:        John Cowan
    it was "pleasurable corrigible malfunction".
            --Cordwainer Smith, _Norstrilia_

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