Chookij V. asked:
> I have a quick question about "condrabindu" in unicode.
> Why does the unicode have 2 codepoints (U+0310 and U+0901) for
> "condrabindu" ?
There are actually more than 2. See also U+0981 for the Bengali
candrabindu, U+0A81 for the Gujarati candrabindu, etc.
U+0901 is intended for use with the Devanagari script -- the
U+0310 is intended for the relatively infrequent use of a
candrabindu as a diacritic in Latin transliteration of Indic
> Any other reasons for the different of these 2 codepoints ?
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