From: Peter Constable (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Oct 21 2005 - 09:03:37 CST
There is no problem with the names for Thai characters 0E1C..0E1F.
Richard Wordingham wrote:
>It's just that the names of the Lao fo letters have been swapped.
I haven't studied Lao, but having studied other related languages, I strongly suspect this is indeed the case.
>I think someone was having an off-day. Aren't
>ຣ 0EA3 LAO LETTER LO LING
>ລ 0EA5 LAO LETTER LO LOOT
>also the wrong way round?
Sure looks like it to me.
>See also the character chart at >http://www.seasite.niu.edu/lao/LaoLanguage/LaoAlphabet/lao_consonants_poste>r.htm .
This chart has some things that look suspicious to me (again, not having studied Lao): I suspect the names for low and high tho might be backwards on that chart. But as for lo lot and lo ling, that chart looks right. The names in the standard do appear to be wrong.
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