My Inbox Happily Received This From Roozbeh Pournader @ Tue, 24 Sep 2002 14:03:44 +0330 (IRT) > > See, for example, > > http://www.farsiweb.info/table/iransystem.txt > > This is the most popular Persian text encoding. The information in that > file is not complete, but you should be able to sort out all the details > from that file, knowing that it's a completely visual character set > (there's no bidi, and the stream can be displayed on a non bidi-aware > terminal with just a font change). i really didn't understand what you mean by the "visual character set" but when converting from IRAN SYSTEM to unicode for example when i find the "0x90" shall i convert it to "<ZWNJ>+0x0627" is that correct ? and when converting from unicode to replace "<ZWNJ>+0x0627" with "0x90" ? > > i think yes, i've covered all the characters 0x06** > > but i'd like to have them and add them if necessary > > Here is a list (I'm dropping characters that are in ASCII or ISO-8859-6): > all the bidi, joining, digits stuff are already there, just modified the range to include 2 characters i missed them. > Punctuations: U+00AB, U+00D7, U+00F7, U+00BB, U+066B, U+066C, U+066A, are these an explicit list or ranges ?? > > I hope that's all (you should also test things like U+FEFF of course). > i'll check all that, -- ---------------- -- Katoob Main Developer Linux registered user # 224950 ICQ # 58475622 With Great Power, Comes Great Responsibilities.
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