Thanks for the response. Every script seems have different ways of pronouncing the characters.
06A9 is referred as "Keheh" in Unicode table, we call it "Kaf". So the character that I'm looking
for is Keheh with dot above.
Sorry for the confusion.
--- Kenneth Whistler <email@example.com> wrote:
> Bustamam asked:
> > In Malaysia we have a popular script (Jawi) which resembles the Arabic script, except for a
> > missing character. I've read the document on www.unicode.org on procedure of how to submit
> > characters to the Unicode Standard.
> > The missing character is called "ga" (attached). It looks like Kaf (06A9) with a dot on top.
> The intended letter for Jawi ga is:
> U+06AC ARABIC LETTER KAF WITH DOT ABOVE
> Please verify first that that letter is not in fact the one you need for Jawi,
> before starting to go through the process of submitting a new character
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