QTsciiCodec - Conversion to and from the Tamil TSCII encoding
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The QTsciiCodec class provides conversion to and from the Tamil TSCII encoding.
TSCII, formally the Tamil Standard Code Information Interchange specification, is a
commonly used charset for Tamils. The official page for the standard is at
This codec uses the mapping table found at
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/5180/tsciiset.html. Tamil uses composed Unicode which
might cause some problems if you are using Unicode fonts instead of TSCII fonts.
Most of the code here was written by Hans Petter Bieker and is included in Qt with the
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