Re: Code pages and Unicode

From: srivas sinnathurai <>
Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2011 10:35:32 +0100

About the research works.

I alone (with with my colleagues) researching the fact that
Sumerian is Tamil / Tamil is Sumerian
This requires quite a lot of space.

Additionally I do research on Tamil alphabet as based on scientific
definitions and it only represents the mechanical parts , ie only represents
the places of articulation as alphabet and not sound based. And, what is
call a mathematical multiplier theory on expanding the alphabets leads to
not just long-mathematics (nedung kaNaku), but also to extra long

This is just a sample requirement from me and my colleagues. How many others
are there who would require Unicode support? Do you think allocating 32,000
to the code page model would help?


On 20 August 2011 09:31, Christoph Päper <>wrote:

> Mark Davis ☕:
> > Under the original design principles of Unicode, the goal was a bit more
> limited; we envisioned […] a generative mechanism for infrequent CJK
> ideographs,
> I'd still like having that as an option.
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