From: Shriramana Sharma (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Aug 23 2009 - 03:34:23 CDT
Correct me if I am wrong, but the single Greek letter sigma is said to
have two different forms, one in word-final and other in other places.
These are encoded in Unicode as 03C2 and 03C1 respectively.
Now are these two symbols not just two different ways of writing the
same character? If yes, how can they be separately encoded? Is it only
to keep compatibility with some earlier standard? Or can these two
actually be considered as two different characters?
-- Shriramana Sharma
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