From: Nitin Kapoor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jul 23 2004 - 21:29:12 CDT
Thanks a lot for your response.well, I think I should have explained a
little more in my previous post.my project involves work for an embedded
device and is not using windows platform . so I need to do the thai
implementation from scrach in my operating system.
Secondly, we would be using unicode encoding but inorder to check the input
I think the paper is the best resourse or should I follow some resource.
Things like which character are legal to make a combination character etc
are well documented in the paper so we thought of following this paper.
What I wanted to make sure was that I hope rules mentioned in the paper are
What do you say?
>From: "Bill Kirtz" <email@example.com>
>To: "'Nitin Kapoor'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: RE: Thai Implementation
>Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2004 14:23:02 -0400
>Have you considered simply using Unicode encoding and the standard Windows
>input methods already established for Thai?
>The paper you refer to was written in 1992. Things have progressed along
>considerably since then, and this paper refers to the national encoding
>standard instead of using Unicode.
>If you simply want to have an existing application presented in Thai, and
>accept input strings in Thai, then there are much easier ways to do so than
>this quite complex coding exercise you have planned.
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> > [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Nitin Kapoor
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> > Subject: Thai Implementation
> > Hi Friends,
> > I have to implement Thai in one of the current projects I am
> > doing, before I start of with the implementation I wanted to
> > double check on my findings. so if any one of you who has
> > some experience with Thai please give me your inputs.
> > 1. I am following the paper ¡§Thai Input and Output Methods¡¨
> > by chamrat atsawaprecha.
> > According to my research this looks like the standard paper
> > in terms of implementing Thai language support. am I
> > following the right resource.?
> > 2. We plan to implement the Strict version (Mode 2) mentioned
> > in the paper for input checking. My project needs tight input
> > checking so we decided for this algorithm is it ok?
> > 3.How do I test my implementation , if I satisfy the table
> > mentioned in Figure 5.3 then that means my implementation is
> > correct or do I need to check it some other way also.
> > 4. Is there any thing else I need to know while implementing Thai .
> > Any inputs are welcomed.
> > Thanks & Regards,
> > Nitin
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