From: Peter Edberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 06 2006 - 11:07:27 CST
Yes, I would not think that special cases such as poetry, pedagogical
use, and language transcription are intended to be covered by the
standard exemplar set.
I guess it hinges on whether the following criterion is supposed to
apply to those cases:
"whether it is acceptable in that language to always use spellings
that avoid that character"
On Apr 6, 2006, at 8:45 AM PDT, Jony Rosenne wrote:
> For Hebrew, points are never considered as part of the alphabet.
> Nor are
> they part of the minimum set whatever the definition.
> 05c4 is not even a point.
On Apr 5, 2006, at 8:10 PM PDT, Simon Montagu wrote:
> In modern Hebrew points are used in poetry, texts for children and
> people learning Hebrew as a second language, and occasionally in
> any text for disambiguation, e.g. in transcriptions of foreign
> words or words which without points might be read in more than one
> way either of which would fit the context.
On Apr 5, 2006, at 5:03 PM PDT, Peter Edberg wrote:
> 3. Hebrew (he):
> - This currently includes points 05B0-05B9, 05BB-05BC, 05BD, 05BF,
> 05C1-05C2, 05C4. Points are not required for writing modern Hebrew,
> so these should not be in the standard set. Perhaps these should be
> in an auxiliary set.
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