Armenian Mijaket (Armenian colon)
Philippe Verdy via Unicode
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Tue Dec 5 11:44:05 CST 2017
The Armenian script has its own distinctive punctuation (vertsaket) for the
standard full stop at end of sentence (whose glyph looks very much like the
Basic Latin/ASCII colon, however slighly more bold and slanted and whose
dots are rectangular). It is encoded at U+0589. And used in traditional
texts instead of the "modern" full stop.
But Armenian also has its own distinctive puctuation (mijaket) for the
introductory colon between two phrases of the same sentence (whose glyph
looks very much like the Basic Latin/ASCII full stop). It is not encoded
and I don't like using the ASCII full stop where it causes confusion.
Where is the Armenian distinctive mijaket? Shouldn't it be encoded at
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