"A Programmer's Introduction to Unicode"

Manish Goregaokar manish at mozilla.com
Tue Mar 14 00:57:03 CDT 2017

Ah, it was what I thought you were talking about -- I wasn't aware they
were considered word boundaries :)

Thanks for the links!

On Mar 13, 2017 4:54 PM, "Richard Wordingham" <
richard.wordingham at ntlworld.com> wrote:

On Mon, 13 Mar 2017 15:26:00 -0700
Manish Goregaokar <manish at mozilla.com> wrote:

> Do you have examples of AA being split that way (and further reading)?
> I think I'm aware of what you're talking about, but would love to read
> more about it.

Just googling for the three words 'Sanskrit', 'sandhi' and 'resolution'
brings up plenty of papers and discussion, e.g. Hellwig's at
http://ltc.amu.edu.pl/book/papers/LRL-1.pdf and a multi-author paper at

There are even technical terms for before and after.  Unsplit text is
'samhita text', and text split into words is 'pada text'.

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