From: Asmus Freytag (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 08 2010 - 00:01:52 CDT
On 6/7/2010 8:39 PM, Tulasi wrote:
> Van -> Do you mean historically or pragmatically?
> Actually something that will include all letters/symbols now
> considered Latin-script
> Otto Stolz -> Not exactly a definition: What the Unicode standard says
> on this issue, is here:
> There might be someone who already defined Latin script!
> Europeans have produced lot of scholars.
This list is composed of people interested in issues of character
encoding, more specifically the Unicode Standard. If you ask your
question here, you will get answers that relate to how the Latin script
is encoded in the Unicode Standard,
If, instead, you seek a general definition for whatever purposes of your
own, perhaps you need to research this issue in other ways and with
Those European scholars you mention have published many papers. These
papers are kept at research libraries, not at the Unicode Consortium. A
good research librarian at one of those institutions might help you
locate what you seek.
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