From: Christopher Fynn (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 18 2007 - 03:31:32 CDT
Kent Karlsson wrote:
> Having three same-vowels in a row is an "error" of sorts in the Latin script
> (I would assume for all languages, but I'm not entirely sure of that).
In some important Tibetan texts occur combinations like:
U+0F40 U+0FB1 U+0FB1 U+0FB2 U+0FB2 U+0F74 U+0F74 U+0F7C U+0F7C U+0F72 U+0F72
U+0F7A U+0F7A U+0F7F
or normalized as:
U+0F40 U+0FB1 U+0FB1 U+0FB2 U+0FB2 U+0F7C U+0F7C U+0F72 U+0F72 U+0F7A U+0F7A
U+0F74 U+0F74 U+0F7F
(This is *not* an abbreviation but some esoteric word.)
Fortunately such things are fairly infrequent.
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