Re: Sinhala GNU/Linux

From: Anuradha Ratnaweera <email-not-shown>
Date: Tue Dec 07 2004 - 10:52:41 LKT
To: Donald Gaminitillake
Cc: harshula <email-not-shown>, Delan Silva <email-not-shown>

On Tue, 07 Dec 2004 01:40:38 +0600, Donald Gaminitillake <Donald Gaminitillake> wrote:
> Let me have the Set C and D from unicode.

Set C and set D are derivatives of set A and set B. Please see the following technical report from Unicode consortium about the way they are generated. It talks about unions and subsets you wanted a link for.

I think you are confused glyphs, characters and code points. Please read this article if you haven't done it already:

> Your Union is not listed. I enclose the pdf files from unicode for your
> perusal.

If you look at basic set theory, either a set can be defined by listing out all its elements (e.g.: set A and set B above), or by defining the way it is generated. The technical report above explains how this definition is done, and the paper by Dr Gihan and Aruni - which you have kind of miss-quoted on - defines them for Sinhala specifically.


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