From: Curtis Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Mar 06 2005 - 19:18:59 CST
on 2005-03-06 16:57 vlad wrote:
> In a situation where it is important to distinguish between
> dotted and undotted forms, wouldn't it make sense to encode an
> explicitly dotted form, rather than an ambiguous one?
In Turkish and Azeri, "i" is explictly dotted. It's the same U+0069 as
everyone else uses, but in those languages, there is less leeway in
glyph appearance, since it must be disambiguated from "ı". And, most
important, the corpus of existing documents in Turkish and Azeri already
uses U+0069 to represent dotted "i".
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