From: Peter Constable (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 18 2004 - 23:22:45 EST
Sorry, I need to revise this a bit, as I just noticed my question is
partially answered: there is a table in section 9.5 that shows U+0B5F
YYA being displayed as ya-phalaa. So, my revised question, then, is
whether a sequence like < ..., virama, U+0B2F ORIYA LETTER YA > should
*also* be displayed as ya-phalaa or not.
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Subject: Oriya: representation of ya-phalaa
I'm what the encoded representation of the ya-phalaa in Oriya script is
supposed to be. I'm referring to the typeform
In Unicode, this is considered a presentation form of ya, but the
problem is that there are two ya characters: U+0B2F ORIYA LETTER YA
and U+0B5F ORIYA LETTER YYA
So, my question is which of these is the character underlying the
ya-phalaa: the first or the second? Or would it be the first for some
words, and the second for other words?
I suppose the answer to this can be found in ISCII - does anybody know
what ISCII did in this regard?
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