From: Peter Constable (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Apr 01 2006 - 07:55:03 CST
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Of Vinod Kumar
> The underlying character sequence <Nga Halant Ka MatraI> should have
> display with the glyph gMatraI preceding the glyph corresponding to
> only if the <Nga Halant> has generated a half form or has joined with
> So <gMatraI gNgaHalf gKa> and <gMatraI gNgKa> are correct.
> But if the font does not have the half Nga or conjunct glyphs as is
> then the correct rendering is <gNga gHalant gMatraI gKa>.
> I am sick and tired of people glibly claiming that
> <gMatraI GNga gHalant gKa> is valid display for the character
The reality is that some people *do* consider that a valid display for
the character sequence. I was told at one point that that was even
adopted as a recommended spelling convention by the Indian government,
but I have no confirmation for that.
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