Re: Devanagari

From: John Clews (
Date: Wed Nov 11 1998 - 06:08:04 EST

In message <> "Anupam Saurabh" writes:
> >Michael Forgey wrote
> >>(does anybody know of glyph files with devanagari ligatures?)
> >Unitype, Inc. has a multi-language word processing package which includes
> >Devanagari fonts.

Anupam Saurabh wrote:

> CDAC has placed ISFOC fonts containing Devanagari glyphs on its Web site
> as well as multilingual word-processing package iLEAP (with
> free download of Lite version on Web site) for Indian languages including
> Devanagari script used for Hindi/Marathi etc..

Are any of these using UCS-based (ISO/IEC 10646 and Unicode) codes as
opposed to ISCII codes?

I look forward to hearing from you on this.

Best wishes

John Clews

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