Frédéric Grosshans frederic.grosshans at gmail.com
Tue Mar 28 11:35:41 CDT 2017

Le 28/03/2017 à 18:14, Richard Wordingham a écrit :
> On Tue, 28 Mar 2017 21:10:58 +0900
> "Martin J. Dürst" <duerst at it.aoyama.ac.jp> wrote:
> (in Re: Standaridized variation sequences for the Desert alphabet?)
>> On 2017/03/27 21:59, Michael Everson wrote:
>>> Aa and Ɑɑ are used contrastively for different sounds in some
>>> languages and in the IPA. Ɡɡ is not, to my knowledge, used
>>> contrastively with Gg (except that ɡ can only mean /ɡ/, while
>>> orthographic g can mean /ɡ/, /dʒ/, /x/ etc. But g vs ɡ is
>>> reasonably analogous to �� and <lig>����</lig> being used for /juː/.
>> The contrastive use *in some languages or notations* (IPA) is the
>> reason these are separately encoded.
> [...]
> Which writing system contrasts the two?

I had found in 2013 a GꞬ contrast in mathematical notations of an old (1952) physics book (see http://www.unicode.org/mail-arch/unicode-ml/y2013-m01/0092.html)


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