From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Fri Apr 08 2005 - 07:16:00 CST
Philippe Verdy wrote:
>> The error in the malayalam zero sign
>> needs to be corrected.
> If what you say there is true, then the existing character on U+0D66
> and named "MALAYALAM DIGIT ZERO" can't be removed, but a usage notice
> can be added in the chart if it actually designates one half.
Will it not be the reverse (correct the glyph instead)?
> If there's such an error, then the error comes from ISCII.
I guess not.
AFAIK, ISCII does not show, much less prescribe, the shape for the script
variants of the digits. Only the traditional forms for Devanagari are
> If ISCII is right in its encoding (which assumes that all scripts can
> share the same bytecode for the same decimal digit),
What could be wrong here?
(And what could be done, particularly on this forum?)
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