OCR for urdu characters

From: faraz siddiqi (siddiqifaraz@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Oct 26 2005 - 10:39:25 CST

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    dear all does anyone know any ocr for urdu language ?

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    From: "Doug Ewell" <dewell@adelphia.net>
    To: "Unicode Mailing List" <unicode@unicode.org>
    CC: "Andrew S" <asunic@mail.ru>
    Subject: Re: Improper grounds for rejection of proposal N2677
    Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 07:51:27 -0700
    >Andrew S <asunic at mail dot ru> wrote:
    > > WG2 is competent enough to understand that its cited justification
    > > (that the new hex characters would be disruptive to existing
    > > implementations) is clearly false, as I explained in my previous
    > > message, yet that's the justification which it chose to cite.
    > > Therefore there must have been some other reason which it didn't cite;
    > > otherwise, it would have approved the proposal. It seemed to me that
    > > the arguments which you mentioned were probably the actual reason for
    > > rejecting the proposal, yet WG2 didn't cite those arguments; if they
    > > were indeed the reason, then WG2 should have said so.
    > >
    > > The fact that WG2 knowingly cited a false justification is the reason
    > > why I said that the grounds were improper.
    > >
    > > If the grounds for that rejection were proper, then it would also be
    > > proper for WG2 to reject any arbitrary proposal on the grounds that
    > > the moon is made of cheese.
    >It's still not clear to me whether you are actually arguing in favor of
    >the hex characters, arguing against the inclusion of the mathematical
    >letters (it's far, far too late for that), or arguing that WG2 used
    >inappropriate and inconsistent criteria for rejecting the former and
    >approving the latter.
    >Doug Ewell
    >Fullerton, California

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