From: Vinodh Rajan (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 11 2011 - 12:40:34 CST
I found a proposal for the character /Arabic Jazm Urdu/ here :
Ishida's page on Urdu ( http://people.w3.org/rishida/scripts/urdu/ ) recommends
that, the /Jazm/ be handled a font variant of the Arabic /Sukun/.
(The other character *not* recommended by Ishida, but supposedly having the
same form is U+06E1. Although, the shape seems to be different than that of
the /Jazm/ in Govt. of Pakisan's proposal )
Why was this character not encoded ?
Is it recommended by the Unicode that the Urdu /Jazm/ be handled as a glyph
variant of the Arabic /Sukun/. ?
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