From: Behnam (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Aug 30 2008 - 09:47:16 CDT
On 30-Aug-08, at 9:59 AM, Zabeeh Khan wrote:
> No, I am not talking about that. They are there, but some of their
> forms are not there. For example, the Pashto letter TTeh (and all
> other letters specific to Pashto) doesn't have the initial, medial
> and final forms but all these forms are available for other Arabic
> characters. However, when writing Pashto the form is automatically
> changed to the correct one.
> As here: ټاټوبی، لټول، لوټ، څاڅکی، څڅېدل
I think Unicode doesn't encode the presentation forms anymore. It is
delegated to font technology and text editors to do the proper
substitutions within context. Those presentation forms already
encoded are left pretty much useless because text encoding is limited
to 0600 Arabic block.
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