Dorsey's Turned C-cedilla

From: D. Starner (
Date: Wed May 05 2004 - 06:10:17 CDT

I'm compiling a proposal for the characters used by Dorsey in the BAE,
and I came across a problem. He uses a turned c -- that is, an open o.
But he also uses a turned c-cedilla. Should it be encoded as a new character,
a turned c-cedilla? Or should a turned combining cedilla be encoded, or
is U+0312 just that? (If it were my language, I wouldn't be happy with
U+0312, but I doubt anyone is attached enough to Dorsey's orthography to
care about the difference.)

While I'm at it, I'll probably have a rough PDF in the next 24 hours,
but no webspace. Will someone do me the courtesy of hosting it?

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