Re: unicode Digest V4 #3

From: Charles Cox (
Date: Sun Jan 04 2004 - 18:48:17 EST

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    Philippe Verdy wrote:

    > I maintain that if you remove the glyph shown for latin letter oi
    > (considered only as informative and not mandatory in any of its aspects),
    > and just keep its normative name, then many people will think that the
    > encoded character really represents a letter named or pronounced "oi".
    > is completely wrong in our case. But would allow people to use the
    > code point to represent the L-shaped character "i with lower-right

    Not a good idea: the Nogai and Khakass languages appear to have used both
    gha/oi and "i with lower right hook" according to and .

    Charles Cox

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