From: Jon Hanna (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 16 2004 - 11:44:08 EST
To Turks, i is a
> separate letter of the alphabet (and sorted as such), not a variant of
> dotless i.
The analogy with Irish (or rather lack of one) still holds.
And there is no language-specific Unicode decomposition to
> dotless i plus dot.
Are there any language-specific decompositions? I can only bring the
language-independent ones to mind right now.
There is a language-independent decomposition of LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH DOT
ABOVE to LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I and COMBINING DOT ABOVE.
-- Jon Hanna <http://www.hackcraft.net/> "…it has been truly said that hackers have even more words for equipment failures than Yiddish has for obnoxious people." - jargon.txt
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