Turkic I and re
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Fri Sep 16 09:01:39 CEST 2011
Am 15.09.2011 15:16 schrieb Alan Plum:
> The Turkish 'I' is a peculiarity that will probably haunt us programmers
> until hell freezes over.
That's why it would have been nice if the Unicode guys had defined "both
Turkish i-s" at separate codepoints.
Then one could have the three pairs
I, i ("normal")
I (other one), ı
İ, i (the other one).
But alas, they haven't.
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