From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 08 2005 - 00:06:21 CDT
<asadek at st dash elias dot com> wrote:
> I asked questions on Coptic (and I am no newcomer to the field): no
> answers. I thought I was polite and sufficiently the humble newcomer
> congratulating the author of the proposal who only meekly wished to
> be enlightened and after an initial strange answer by the said
> proposer was rather puzzled. No answers after several reminders, what
> am I to believe but that my questions are embarrassing because they
> reveal a two small mistakes in the Coptic proposal?
I thought Michael had answered the question: Greek CHI RHO (U+2627) and
Coptic KHI RO (U+2CE9) are encoded separately because they belong to
different scripts, sort of like Latin P and Greek Π and Cyrillic П.
U+2627 is commonly identified as a symbol made up of two Greek letters,
although it is not encoded in the Greek block.
-- Doug Ewell Fullerton, California http://users.adelphia.net/~dewell/
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