[XeTeX] Devanagari ASCII to Unicode mapping

Daniel Greenhoe dgreenhoe at gmail.com
Sat Feb 17 17:57:12 CET 2018

> https://clas.uiowa.edu/linguistics/hindi-verb-project/ascii-devanagari-chart

That one looks to be more like an input tool (like a teckit mapping)
for Devanagari.

What I think I am looking for is something that would map a document
typeset using something like the Devanagari Preeti font
(https://fonts2u.com/preeti.font), which seems to have the Devanagari
glyphs encoded in the range 0x00-0x7F, to something like the
Devanagari unicode font Mukta
(https://ektype.in/scripts/devanagari/mukta.html) in the range

In short, I would maybe like a simple map something like this:
  0x21 --> 0x096F  (९)
  0x22 --> 0x0942
  0x23 --> 0x0969 (३)
  0x24 --> 0x096A (४)
  0x25 --> 0x096B (५)
  0x26 --> 0x096D (७)

On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 4:34 PM, Philip Taylor <P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk> wrote:
> Daniel Greenhoe wrote:
>> Does anyone know where I can find an ASCII to Unicode mapping for
>> Devanagari?
> Would this be of any help ?
> https://clas.uiowa.edu/linguistics/hindi-verb-project/ascii-devanagari-chart
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