From: Vinodh Rajan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 02 2009 - 12:35:14 CDT
I doubt the native usage of Telugu Nukta. I presume its a compatibility
character just like non-existant Tamil Anusvara
See the related discussion here:
People here were discussing about denoting the Z sound in Telugu. And one
person commented it would be nice if there was a separate "combining telugu
numeral two" as in the case of Telugu "Tza" and "Tsa", to create new
(And the remarks about Telugu Nukta, and suggestion to give a Unicode
proposal are mine )
Either they were unaware of the existance of a Telugu Nukta or such a
character doesn't exist all (like Tamil Anusvara).
On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 9:58 PM, Shriramana Sharma <email@example.com> wrote:
> says that TDIL proposed the Telugu sign nukta as long back as August 31,
> 2004 (almost exactly 5 years ago).
> http://unicode.org/~emuller/iwg/ <http://unicode.org/%7Eemuller/iwg/> also
> contains a reference to this document. Is this IWG no longer active? It
> seems to be quite some time since this page was updated.
> So what happened to Telugu nukta?
> Shriramana Sharma
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