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Re: [KNAPPEN@VKPMZD.kph.Uni-Mainz.DE: Re: psnfss and lw35nfss]

> Well the UNICODE people have decided there is no such character as 
> `dotlessj'
> in any language. The closest are `dotlessjdash' and `dotlessjinverteddash'.

I have even refences for the contrastive use of both dotted and dotless j, 
but those are truely far out: They occur in Lenin-aera latin alphabets for 
some minority languages in the Soviet union. All those alphabets were 
replaced by cyrillic ones under Stalin's rule.

--J"org Knappen