Re: "Hij" with graves: why?
|From:||John Cowan <jcowan@...>|
|Date:||Friday, September 19, 2003, 17:03|
Jean-Fran�� )B�ois Colson scripsit:
> Thanks Jan (and Rob too). Do you add the acute/grave over the dot or do you
> use an undotted j? I think this last one is unfortunately not yet included
> in Unicode.
The letters "i" and "j" lose their dots when an accent is placed over
them. In the few cases where this is not true, Unicode encodes "i"
+ COMBINING DOT ABOVE + COMBINING ACUTE, or whatever. Consequently,
there is no need for a dotless j character, since nobody uses dotless
j by itself.
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