From: CE Whitehead (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jul 27 2010 - 13:40:32 CDT
Hi, Khaled, Arno, Andreas:
All the Arabic characters (consonants, hamzas, but not vowel diacritics or numbers) that I need are betwee U621 (hamza) and 64A; there are vowel diacritics that can be used immediately following these and then the Arabic numbers. (Would any of these look-alikes be security issues? Both these characters are allowed in IDN's; see:
C. E. Whitehead
So I would concur with Khaled and Arno here that U649 is Arabic aleph maqsura (
> Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2010 20:09:21 +0200
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> CC: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Pashto yeh characters
> Andreas Prilop:
> > U+0649 has the traditional name "alif maqsura" because it was
> > taken from ISO-8859-6. But I see no objection to use U+06CC
> > for alif maqsura.
> I beg to differ
> Since U+0649 is called alif maqsura
> it should be used for alif maqsura.
> Please not that in the Qur'an
> it occurs not only at the end of words.
> That two glyphs are the same
> dies not mean that the letters are the same.
> Or do you use small l for capital I
> when using Helvetica?
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