From: Shariqul Islam Azad - Omi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 29 2006 - 11:20:47 CDT
> From: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Unicode FAQ pages updated
> I suspect they have mostly grasped the concepts of "similar" and "same".
> Either they are similar enough that it makes sense to encode them as the
> same character or they aren't. In the first case it's a good thing to
> have this FAQ for people who noting the similarity between the encoding
> of the two scripts expect to find U+09E4 in use in this way. In the
> second case it's a good thing that U+09E4 is reserved so that if
> somebody makes a good case for U+09E4 being so used it won't be taken up
> with some other character.
Here Similar and Same means something like Smile and Smirk. :)
I think you are not a member of Indic list. I don't know how many times I have to play the same records. I already provided much images to Mr. Naga and Mr. Michael, which can prove that Bangla Daari has no relation with Devnagari Danda by any mean.
I think they have that in their archive and they'll come to help me. Right now I'm not at my home so I cannot supply them to you. May be they can put some light in this issue.
God knows what will happen to this issue.
-- Shariqul Islam Azad (Omi) Microsoft MVP - Windows Shell/User Contributor Bangla Computing and Localization Projects: Ekushey: http://www.ekushey.org
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