Re: 'lower case a' and 'script a' in unicode

From: Peter Kirk (
Date: Thu Mar 24 2005 - 11:57:55 CST

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    On 24/03/2005 16:56, Philippe Verdy wrote:

    > From: "Peter Kirk" <>
    >> Well, if perhaps you could start by telling us the names of some
    >> languages which make the distinction in lower case, we might then be
    >> able to find these materials showing what they do in upper case. But
    >> we want to make sure that these are not examples of what Mark just
    >> called the "many (perhaps most) uncased characters (in bicameral
    >> scripts) that are archaic or special purpose (eg IPA)."
    Thank you, Philippe. Well, after reading quite a lot of material
    irrelevant to the subject, I have found the information as follows:

    LATIN ALPHA is used as part of the orthography of Fe'fe' and perhaps of
    other languages of Cameroun. SIL might wish to ask its Cameroun branch
    for evidence of this use in Fe'fe' and of what upper case form, if any,
    is in use.

    The useful references are:


    > ...
    > is also likely to be a
    useful reference.

    Peter Kirk (personal) (work)
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