You need to dot every İ, not dot any I, dot every i, not dot any ı, and cross every t in Turkish

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2013/04/04 07:01 -04:00, original URI:

A couple of days ago, friend and colleague from Microsoft Damit Senanayake put a link up on my Facebook wall (timeline?) written by friend and colleague from Unicode Tex Texin:

Tex's Internationalization for Turkish: Dotted and Dotless Letter "I" sells itself short by summarizing itself as a

Discussion of the Internationalization problem with the dotted and dotless letter 'I'

because this contribution does so much more than that. - it talks about the history and the alphabet and the encodings, and more.

I have touched on some of the issues in blogs of mine over the years, to be sure.

But even if I put them all together in a tag, what Tex has assembled here is an awesome resource -- HIGHLY recommended!

I'll add a few blogs of mine for additional supporting material and fun stories:


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