From: harshula <email-not-shown>

Date: Mon Dec 06 2004 - 21:18:30 LKT

To: Donald Gaminitillake

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

Date: Mon Dec 06 2004 - 21:18:30 LKT

To: Donald Gaminitillake

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

On Mon, 2004-12-06 at 19:54 +0600, Donald Gaminitillake wrote:

*> 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? *

Hi Donald,

Absolutely not!

SLS 1134 is the union of:

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

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

*> this include *

No. Set B does not contain general punctuation.

As I stated in my previous email:

"Set B consists of two elements, the magical ZWNJ and ZWJ"

When I say that Set B consists of two elements, why would list all these other unrelated elements. Set B consists of TWO elements, ZWNJ and ZWJ.

Before we continue any further, please answer these two questions with an explanation.

- Can 0d85 encode a single Sinhala letter?
- Can 0d9a0dcf encode a single Sinhala letter?

Regards,

Harshula

*> 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:*

*> > Hi 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*

Received on Tue Dec 07 02:18:30 2004

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