From: Donald Gaminitillake <email-not-shown>

Date: Mon Dec 06 2004 - 19:54:19 LKT

To: harshula <email-not-shown>

CC: Anuradha Ratnaweera <email-not-shown>, Delan Silva <lakfoil@slt.lk>

Dear Harsshula

I am Still at the same place: ( as you wrote -- word by word)

SLS 1134 = Unicode 0d80-0dff locations (this is a the incomplete sinhala alphabet)

**Is this correct? **

I find your "set b" contains**General Punctuation** Range:
2000–206F this include

Spaces , Dashes,EM SPACE FOUR-PER-EM SPACE DOUBLE VERTICAL LINEs etc , LINE SEPARATORs , PER MILLE SIGN etc , DOUBLE DAGGERs etc, QUESTION EXCLAMATION MARKs etc, COMMERCIAL MINUS SIGNs etc , REVERSED SEMICOLON etc. QUADRUPLE PRIME, Greek enotikon, Urdu paragraph separator .Japanese kome, INVISIBLE SEPARATOR etc and

Formatting characters

200C ZERO WIDTH NON-JOINER

= ZWNJ

200D ZERO WIDTH JOINER

= ZWJ

200E LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK

= LRM

200F RIGHT-TO-LEFT MARK

Where are the unicode locations and/or SLSI locations for sinhala language byond this?

Which you refers as Set C = Cartesian product of A2 and A3 & Set D = a subset of the Cartesian product of B, A3, A2 and C2

Can you give me the similar locations to download from UNICODE.

I will be in and out of Colombo during the next fewe days and E mails may get delayed

Best

Donald

harshula wrote:

Date: Mon Dec 06 2004 - 19:54:19 LKT

To: harshula <email-not-shown>

CC: Anuradha Ratnaweera <email-not-shown>, Delan Silva <lakfoil@slt.lk>

I am Still at the same place: ( as you wrote -- word by word)

SLS 1134 = Unicode 0d80-0dff locations (this is a the incomplete sinhala alphabet)

I find your "set b" contains

Spaces , Dashes,EM SPACE FOUR-PER-EM SPACE DOUBLE VERTICAL LINEs etc , LINE SEPARATORs , PER MILLE SIGN etc , DOUBLE DAGGERs etc, QUESTION EXCLAMATION MARKs etc, COMMERCIAL MINUS SIGNs etc , REVERSED SEMICOLON etc. QUADRUPLE PRIME, Greek enotikon, Urdu paragraph separator .Japanese kome, INVISIBLE SEPARATOR etc and

Formatting characters

200C ZERO WIDTH NON-JOINER

= ZWNJ

200D ZERO WIDTH JOINER

= ZWJ

200E LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK

= LRM

200F RIGHT-TO-LEFT MARK

Where are the unicode locations and/or SLSI locations for sinhala language byond this?

Which you refers as Set C = Cartesian product of A2 and A3 & Set D = a subset of the Cartesian product of B, A3, A2 and C2

Can you give me the similar locations to download from UNICODE.

I will be in and out of Colombo during the next fewe days and E mails may get delayed

Best

Donald

harshula wrote:

Received on Mon Dec 06 19:54:19 2004Hi Donald, Set A = Set A1 Union Set A2 Union Set A3 = 0d80-0dff Set B = 200C-200D Set C = Cartesian product of A2 and A3 (Set C2 = Union of C and A2) Set D = a subset of the Cartesian product of B, A3, A2 and C2 You seem to be very interested in Set B, so I assume you already understand and acknowledge Set C, as it's derivable from Set A2 and A3. Set B consists of two elements, the magical ZWNJ and ZWJ: http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2000.pdf Regards, Harshula On Sun, 2004-12-05 at 17:27 +0600, Donald Gaminitillake wrote:Dear Harshula I must get the things in right order SLS 1134 = Unicode range 0d80-0dff = set A (is this correct) You have defined this as set A. You have defined a set B = 200C - 200D I do have the set A and "a" is 0D85 and I know every character location up to 0dff. Can you give me the images of set B or a URL to down load it. Best Donald-------- Message -------- From: harshula<hash@jayasolutions.cjb.net> To: Donald Gaminitillake Cc: Anuradha Ratnaweera <gnu.slash.linux@gmail.com>, Delan Silva <lakfoil@slt.lk> Subject: Re: Sinhala GNU/Linux Date: Sun, 05 Dec 2004 19:48:57 +1100 Hi Donald, You seem to be confused. You need to read my email again. I explicitly stated that: ----------------------------------- I assert that the Unicode code range: 0d80-0dff (hereby referred to as Set A1, A2 and A3) and 200C-200D (hereby referred to as Set B) allows us to encode the Sinhala letters. ... In our case it is roughly the union of: * A1 * A2 * C (= Cartesian product of A2 and A3) * D (= a subset of the Cartesian product of B, A3, A2 and C2 (C2 = Union of C and A2)) This union produces a set of encodings containing all the basic elements (letters). ----------------------------------- So once you understand and acknowledge the existence of Set C and D, then we can continue our discussion. If you do not understand the mathematical terms, please tell me, and I'll find an explanation for you. What you wrote in your email does not even remotely correspond to what I wrote. I have taken the liberty to attach my email to the bottom of this email, as you seem to have replied to Anuradha's email and not mine. Regards, Harshula

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