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This page tests the Tai Le block (U+1950 - U+197F) and is laid out in a grid format for easy comparison against the online Unicode charts.

It is part of the Gallery of Unicode Fonts and is based on the Unicode Standard (version 5.0.0).

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Tai Le [1950-197F]

  195 196 197
0 0
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
F ᥿ F
  195 196 197

Tone Mark Tests*

 syllable  orthography
new old
ta2 ᥖᥰ ᥖ̈
ta3 ᥖᥱ ᥖ̌
ta4 ᥖᥲ ᥖ̀
ta5 ᥖᥳ ᥖ̇
ta6 ᥖᥴ ᥖ́
ti ᥖᥤ ᥖᥤ
ti2 ᥖᥤᥰ ᥖᥤ̈
ti3 ᥖᥤᥱ ᥖᥤ̌
ti4 ᥖᥤᥲ ᥖᥤ̀
ti5 ᥖᥤᥳ ᥖᥤ̇
ti6 ᥖᥤᥴ ᥖᥤ́

Digits **

U+0030 ...
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
U+1040 ...

*Notes on tone marks: The modern form of Tai Le script was developed in the 1950s. At that time combining diacritics were used to indicate tones. In 1988 spacing tone marks were added to replace the diacritics. The "tone mark tests" above are taken from the Unicode Standard.

On short letters (such as "ta") the old orthography tone diacritics should behave like normal combining marks, aligning above the letter. But on tall letters (such as "ti") they should appear to the right of the letter, behaving like spacing marks.

**Notes on digits: In China, European digits are mainly used, though Myanmar digits are also used with slight glyph variants.


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This page was updated on 2006-09-27