Re: Writing Tatar using the Latin script; new characters to encode?

From: Peter Kirk (
Date: Tue Jul 27 2004 - 13:53:09 CDT

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    On 27/07/2004 18:29, Eric Muller wrote:

    > Mark E. Shoulson wrote:
    >> Unicode exists to support what people use. Do people use Latin
    >> script for Tatar? Evidence indicates that they do. Should Unicode
    >> support it, then? Certainly. Does Unicode support it? Yes, Unicode
    >> supports the Latin script, with gobs of extensions. So what's the
    >> problem?
    > Latin n with descender, which is not encoded but needed according to
    > <
    > Eric.
    Possibly needed, but the sources I have seen suggest that this letter is
    actually an eng, 014A/014B, or else N with tilde is used. It is
    pronounced like a phonetic eng.

    Peter Kirk (personal) (work)

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