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Norky

Help Using Unicode or Arabic

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Can I use Unicode characters such as (کوردستان) or Arabic, Kurdish, Persian latter like (ک،ر،د،ه‌،و،ا،پ،خ،ز).

I will be grateful if anyone helps me.

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well if you have the installed font then yes, but the other person would also have to have it i think so take a look at fileinstall

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And what do you want to do with them?

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And what do you want to do with them?

Its my Language mate. I have tried to type &+(#1705;#1608;#1585;#1583;#1587;#1578;#1575;#1606;) but its became Arabic.

anyway If i use Uincode evrybody can red it.

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Its my Language mate. I have tried to type &+(#1705;#1608;#1585;#1583;#1587;#1578;#1575;#1606;) but its became Arabic.

anyway If i use Uincode evrybody can red it.

I kinda figured it was either your language or you needed it for something of that sort, I was just wondering if there was a specific implementation for this that was giving you trouble or if you were just having a problem in general. And it sounds like it's the later.

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I kinda figured it was either your language or you needed it for something of that sort, I was just wondering if there was a specific implementation for this that was giving you trouble or if you were just having a problem in general. And it sounds like it's the later.

I'm thinking about small English to Kurdish dictionary. what is your advice?

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