Request for Information
"Martin J. Dürst"
duerst at it.aoyama.ac.jp
Thu Jul 24 02:09:02 CDT 2014
On 2014/07/24 15:37, Richard Wordingham wrote:
> No. The text samples I could find quickly show scripta continua, but I
> suspect the line breaks are occurring at word or syllable boundaries.
> If I am right about the constraint on line break position, then this
> can be recovered by marking the optional line breaks with ZWSP. In
> addition, the consonants should be reclassified from AL to SA.
> However, such a change would be incompatible with a modern writing
> system in which words are separated by spaces (if such exists). I don't
> know what happens in Indonesian schools, so I can't report an error.
> Scripta continua and non-scripta continua in the same script are
> incompatible in plain text.
Shouldn't that be "scripta non-continua" ?
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