The pattern is shown in the next table.
(a) Recommendation for original P-A. characters not already covered, ocurring in a scheme as in Table B, and using any of the following:
COMBINING COMMA ABOVE RIGHT U+0315
FULL STOP U+002E
DOT ABOVE U+02D9 (follows a character)
LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK U+2018
COMBINING DIAERESIS U+0308 (with a spacing character if necessary)
(b) Some Indic characters with diacritics used for other scripts.
There are special glyphs for the pure consonants Ben. t, Mal. k, , n, y, r, l, . These behave as ordinary characters. Unicode v.3.0 gives no rendering rule, but where the generic Indic character [XA] has the pure form [X] with glyph X, one may suggest:
where [ZWNJ] is U+200C.
Last updated: 2 July 2002