Re: Ligatured characters

From: John Cowan (
Date: Tue Sep 12 2000 - 14:21:50 EDT wrote:

> (One might respond saying that in Turkish there would
> be a semantic difference, but that is not comparing apples with apples
> since the ligated form would be a ligation of f with dotless-i. The example
> would be rephrased as comparing ligated and non-ligated forms of <f,
> dotless-i>.)

In fact high-quality Turkish text does not include the fi ligature at all, AFAIK.
This would be a property of a proper Turkish font.

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