From: Mahesh T. Pai (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 27 2009 - 06:50:14 CST
Nitin Nimkar said on Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 09:20:19PM -0800,:
> is a Unicode compliant language. However, when we type Numbers in
> this language they appear in Roman in some programs like Notepad on
> Widnows, while in some they appear in Marathi. If we are
> programming in PHP, for example for date, then input given in
> Marathi numbers like 09/15/2009 or 15/09/2009 is not validated,
What version of PHP? And who / what / where is this validation being done?
> however if we give the same date in Roman, it is validated without
> any change in the program. By this I infer that Marathi Numbers are
> not recognized as numbers.
> Marathi Numbers appear in UNICODE table from 0966 to 096F
What OS is this?
Looks like a keyboard lay out problem to me. Contact your OS support.
-- Mahesh T. Pai
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