From: Peter Constable (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 14 2005 - 16:52:51 CST
The block description in TUS4 Chapter 9 for Tibetan (p255) says,
" Tibetan script has two break characters only. The primary break
character is the standard interword tsek (tsheg), which is encoded at
The description goes on to explain that the names are misleading, and
how line-breaking processes should work. What it does *not* further
clarify is where 0F0B would normally be entered in text.
The description of Tibetan in Daniels & Bright says (p. 435), "bar
tsheg... serves to separate syllables..." That differs from the
paragraph quoted above from TUS4 which suggests that it is used between
words. Which is correct (or closer to correct)?
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