Re: Conversion from Zarnegar to Unicode

2004-03-08 Thread Amin Mohadjer
The utility seems to suffer from a number of conversion problems, mostly in
regards to diacritics, see:

http://www.webserverone.com/lawh/conversion.htm

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Subject: Re: Conversion from Zarnegar to Unicode


 Dear Friends

 Please Search Farsification Project in google, then go to products, find
 IUC (ITRC Unicode Coinvertor, It may help you.

 Azadnia


  Do you have the zarnegar's on disc format?
  Is it published at all?
  --mas
  On Fri, 2004-02-06 at 02:23, Amin Mohadjer wrote:
  Has anyone tried converting from Zarnegar to Unicode or Windows 1252
  with
  success?
 
  I searched on Google and could not find any such utility on the Web, I
  came
  across a few threads in FarsiWeb but nothing conclusive.
 
  Why is such an immensely useful utility not readily available? Is it
too
  daunting a technical challenge or programmers in Iran are tending to
  more
  urgent tasks? I am curious to know.
 
  Amin
  Redmond, WA
 
 
 
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Re: PersianComputing Digest, Vol 10, Issue 8

2004-03-08 Thread Behdad Esfahbod
On Mon, 8 Mar 2004, Jalal Maleki wrote:

 Finally a question that I am sure has been raised earlier:
 are there any character recognition programs for Persian
 around?

The short answer is No.  Not around.  There may be proprietary
solutions in Tehran markets.

behdad


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