Re: devnagari presentation of certain ligature

From: Doug Ewell (
Date: Mon Jan 19 2004 - 11:34:23 EST

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    eMantra Information wrote:

    > When i type त (U+0924) + ् (U+094D) + न (U+0928) = I get त्न
    > त्न is not a popular form. where as popular form is त्‍न. (Atleast
    > in Marathi).
    > for example पत्‍नी. (which can be produced by using ZWJ)
    > Why is this so? Can somebody elaborate more on this?

    Some languages want the half-form, some want the visible virama.
    Unicode provides a way to display either. See for more information.

    -Doug Ewell
     Fullerton, California

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