"Carl W. Brown" wrote:
> Why was really missing was the pint that Unicode is designed to support
> multi-lingual text.
So is ISCII. Infact Unicode support for Indic scripts is based on ISCII.
> If we use a ISCII how can we support a page that
> contains different Indic scripts?
ISCII has escape sequences which announce the start of a new Indic script.
An ATR char followed by special codepoint forms the escape sequence.
It is possible to support a page that contains different Indic scripts.There are
problems with the standard like, it assumes a default starting language,
which makes sense if the input is from keyboard and language is obtained
from the environment, but notl if data is exchanged between computers.
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