From: Mike Ayers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 16 2006 - 12:19:46 CST
Kit Peters wrote:
> What numerals are encoded in Unicode that represent non-positional
> numbering systems (e.g. Egyptian hieroglyphs, Babylonian - I know those
> aren't implemented in Unicode, but they're examples of non-positional
> numbering systems)?
You could start by looking at Chinese numbers, which present
interesting formatting issues. However, most modern Chinese speakers
can read arabic numbers, so I don't know how much you'll actually need them.
BTW, why be concerned with hieroglyphics or Babylonian? Are you
holding out hope for a Valley of the Kings CLforJava User Group (VKCL4JUG)?
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