From: Roozbeh Pournader (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 30 2003 - 06:56:12 EDT
> But is ZWJ actually required
> within text, or only for display of joining forms in isolation? A simple
> example would be of interest.
Yes, it is used in normal text. But the only frequent use is after a
single Heh, to make it appear in the initial form (which is by tradition
used to distinguish Heh from a 5) rather than the isolated form which
will appear if one doesn't add a ZWJ.
So in other words, there exists a joining form in isolation that is
frequent in normal text, and it is "initial Heh".
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