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comment Compound representation of numbers. Possible?
@Patrick Gundlach The \textcompwordmark breaks ligatures. There are over 800 Glagolitic ligatures known, and they don’t look good in numbers. And 15 should be 5.10 actually. :) In Glagolitic, 10, 20, 100, 500 etc. are separate symbols.
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comment Compound representation of numbers. Possible?
Works perfectly now! Glagolitic page numbers are magical. ;-) Thank you very much!
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comment Compound representation of numbers. Possible?
No, only in 11—19 the digits change places. 341 stays 300 + 40 + 1 while 517 should be 500 + 7 + 10.
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comment Compound representation of numbers. Possible?
I’ve forgotten about one thing. In Slavic languages, just like in English, in numbers 11—19 the digits are read the opposite way: compare twenty-five (25) with nineteen (19). In Glagolitic this is written like 9+10. Therefore if the one-before-last digit is logically 10, it is the last. Is it possible to include it in the code?
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comment Compound representation of numbers. Possible?
I can’t wait to test it. Unfortunately, I don’t have TeX on my notebook . ;-( I’ll let you know how it works.
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accepted Compound representation of numbers. Possible?
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comment Compound representation of numbers. Possible?
I will try it. The only problem is that my font contains appropriate characters neither in the Glagolitic, nor in the Cyrillic block.
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asked Compound representation of numbers. Possible?