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#   FTP file name: FARSI.TXT
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#   Contents:       Map (external version) from Mac OS Farsi
#                   character set to Unicode 2.1
#
#   Copyright:      (c) 1997-1999 by Apple Computer, Inc., all rights
#                   reserved.
#
#   Contact:        charsets@apple.com
#
#   Changes:
#
#       b02 1999-Sep-22     Update contact e-mail address. Matches
#                           internal utom<b1>, ufrm<b1>, and Text
#                           Encoding Converter version 1.5.
#       n04 1998-Feb-05     Show required Unicode character
#                           directionality in a different way. Matches
#                           internal utom<n3>, ufrm<n9>, and Text
#                           Encoding Converter version 1.3. Update
#                           header comments; include information on
#                           loose mapping of digits, and changes to
#                           mapping for the TrueType variant.
#       n01 1997-Jul-17     First version. Matches internal utom<n1>,
#                           ufrm<n2>.
#
# Standard header:
# ----------------
#
#   Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple
#   Computer, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries.
#   Unicode is a trademark of Unicode Inc. For the sake of brevity,
#   throughout this document, "Macintosh" can be used to refer to
#   Macintosh computers and "Unicode" can be used to refer to the
#   Unicode standard.
#
#   Apple makes no warranty or representation, either express or
#   implied, with respect to these tables, their quality, accuracy, or
#   fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will Apple be liable
#   for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages
#   resulting from any defect or inaccuracy in this document or the
#   accompanying tables.
#
#   These mapping tables and character lists are subject to change.
#   The latest tables should be available from the following:
#
#   <ftp://ftp.unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS/VENDORS/APPLE/>
#
<ftp://dev.apple.com/devworld/Technical_Documentation/Misc._Standards/>
#
#   For general information about Mac OS encodings and these mapping
#   tables, see the file "README.TXT".
#
#   Format:
#   -------
#
#    Three tab-separated columns;
#    '#' begins a comment which continues to the end of the line.
#      Column #1 is the Mac OS Farsi code (in hex as 0xNN)
#      Column #2 is the corresponding Unicode (in hex as 0xNNNN),
#        possibly preceded by a tag indicating required directionality
#        (i.e. <LR>+0xNNNN or <RL>+0xNNNN).
#      Column #3 is a comment containing the Unicode name.
#
#    The entries are in Mac OS Farsi code order.
#
#    Control character mappings are not shown in this table, following
#    the conventions of the standard UTC mapping tables. However, the
#    Mac OS Roman character set uses the standard control characters at
#    0x00-0x1F and 0x7F.
#
#   Notes on Mac OS Farsi:
#   ----------------------
#
#    1. General
#
#    The Mac OS Farsi character set is used for the Farsi (Persian)
#    localizations, and for the Persian support in the Arabic Language
#    Kit.
#
#    The Mac OS Farsi character set is based on the Mac OS Arabic
#    character set. The main difference is in the right-to-left digits
#    0xB0-0xB9: For Mac OS Arabic these correspond to right-left
#    versions of the Unicode ARABIC-INDIC DIGITs 0660-0669; for
#    Mac OS Farsi these correspond to right-left versions of the
#    Unicode EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGITs 06F0-06F9. The other
#    difference is in the nature of the font variants.
#
#    For more information, see the comments in the mapping table for
#    Mac OS Arabic.
#
#    Mac OS Farsi characters 0xEB-0xF2 are non-spacing/combining marks.
#
#    2. Directional characters and roundtrip fidelity
#
#    The Mac OS Arabic character set (on which Mac OS Farsi is based)
#    was developed in 1986-1987. At that time the bidirectional line
#    layout algorithm used in the Mac OS Arabic system was fairly simple;
#    it used only a few direction classes (instead of the 13 or so now
#    used in the Unicode bidirectional algorithm). In order to permit
#    users to handle some tricky layout problems, certain punctuation
#    and symbol characters have duplicate code points, one with a
#    left-right direction attribute and the other with a right-left
#    direction attribute. This is true in Mac OS Farsi too.
#
#    For example, plus sign is encoded at 0x2B with a left-right
#    attribute, and at 0xAB with a right-left attribute. However, there
#   is only one PLUS SIGN character in Unicode. This leads to some
#   interesting problems when mapping between Mac OS Farsi and Unicode;
#   see below.
#
#   A related problem is that even when a particular character is
#   encoded only once in Mac OS Farsi, it may have a different
#   direction attribute than the corresponding Unicode character.
#
#   For example, the Mac OS Farsi character at 0x93 is HORIZONTAL
#   ELLIPSIS with strong right-left direction. However, the Unicode
#   character HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS has direction class neutral.
#
#   3. Behavior of ASCII-range numbers
#
#   Mac OS Farsi also has two sets of digit codes.
#
#   The digits at 0x30-0x39 may be displayed using either European
#   digit shapes or Persian digit shapes, depending on context. If there
#   is a "strong European" character such as a Latin letter on either
#   side of a sequence consisting of digits 0x30-0x39 and possibly comma
#   0x2C or period 0x2E, then the digits will be displayed using
#   European shapes, the comma will be displayed as Arabic thousands
#   separator, and the period as Arabic decimal separator. (This will
#   happen even if there are neutral characters between the digits and
#   the strong European character). Otherwise, all of these characters
#   will be displayed using the European shapes. In any case, 0x2C,
#   0x2E, and 0x30-0x39 are always left-right.
#
#   The digits at 0xB0-0xB9 are always displayed using Persian digit
#   shapes, and moreover, these digits always have strong right-left
#   directionality. These are mainly intended for special layout
#   purposes such as part numbers, etc.
#
#   4. Font variants
#
#   The table in this file gives the Unicode mappings for the standard
#   Mac OS Farsi encoding. This encoding is supported by the Tehran font
#   (the system font for Farsi), and is the encoding supported by the
#   text processing utilities. However, the other Farsi fonts actually
#   implement a somewhat different encoding; this affects nine code
#   points including 0xAA and 0xC0 (which are also affected by font
#   variants in Mac OS Arabic). For these nine code points the standard
#   Mac OS Farsi encoding has the following mappings:
#       0x8B -> 0x06BA ARABIC LETTER NOON GHUNNA (Urdu)
#       0xA4 -> <RL>+0x0024 DOLLAR SIGN, right-left
#       0xAA -> <RL>+0x002A ASTERISK, right-left
#       0xC0 -> <RL>+0x274A EIGHT TEARDROP-SPOKED PROPELLER ASTERISK,
#               right-left
#       0xF4 -> 0x0679 ARABIC LETTER TTEH (Urdu)
#       0xF7 -> 0x06A4 ARABIC LETTER VEH (for transliteration)
#       0xF9 -> 0x0688 ARABIC LETTER DDAL (Urdu)
#       0xFA -> 0x0691 ARABIC LETTER RREH (Urdu)
#       0xFF -> 0x06D2 ARABIC LETTER YEH BARREE (Urdu)
#
#   The TrueType variant is used for the Farsi TrueType fonts: Ashfahan,
#   Amir, Kamran, Mashad, NadeemFarsi. It differs from the standard
#   variant in the following ways:
#       0x8B -> 0xF882 Arabic ligature "peace on him" (corporate char.)
#       0xA4 -> 0xF86B+0x0631+0x064A+0x0627+0x0644 Arabic ligature rial,
#                currency sign (uses transcoding hint, see below)
#       0xAA -> 0x00D7 MULTIPLICATION SIGN (RL)
#       0xC0 -> 0x002A ASTERISK (RL)
#       0xF4 -> 0x00B0 DEGREE SIGN (RL)
#       0xF7 -> 0xFDFA ARABIC LIGATURE SALLALLAHOU ALAYHE WASALLAM
#       0xF9 -> 0x25CF BLACK CIRCLE (RL)
#       0xFA -> 0x25A0 BLACK SQUARE (RL)
#       0xFF -> 0x25B2 BLACK UP-POINTING TRIANGLE (RL)
#
# Unicode mapping issues and notes:
# ---------------------------------
#
#   1. Matching the direction of Mac OS Farsi characters
#
#   When Mac OS Farsi encodes a character twice but with different
#   direction attributes for the two code points - as in the case of
#   plus sign mentioned above - we need a way to map both Mac OS Farsi
#   code points to Unicode and back again without loss of information.
#   With the plus sign, for example, mapping one of the Mac OS Farsi
#   characters to a code in the Unicode corporate use zone is
#   undesirable, since both of the plus sign characters are likely to
#   be used in text that is interchanged.
#
#   The problem is solved with the use of direction override characters
#   and direction-dependent mappings. When mapping from Mac OS Farsi
#   to Unicode, we use direction overrides as necessary to force the
#   direction of the resulting Unicode characters.
#
#   The required direction is indicated by a direction tag in the
#   mappings. A tag of <LR> means the corresponding Unicode character
#   must have a strong left-right context, and a tag of <RL> indicates
#   a right-left context.
#
#   For example, the mapping of 0x2B is given as <LR>+0x002B; the
#   mapping of 0xAB is given as <RL>+0x002B. If we map an isolated
#   instance of 0x2B to Unicode, it should be mapped as follows (LRO
#   indicates LEFT-RIGHT OVERRIDE, PDF indicates POP DIRECTION
#   FORMATTING):
#
#     0x2B -> 0x202D (LRO) + 0x002B (PLUS SIGN) + 0x202C (PDF)
#
#   When mapping several characters in a row that require direction
#   forcing, the overrides need only be used at the beginning and end.
#   For example:
#
#     0x24 0x20 0x28 0x29 -> 0x202D 0x0024 0x0020 0x0028 0x0029 0x202C
#
#   When mapping from Unicode to Mac OS Farsi, the Unicode
#   bidirectional algorithm should be used to determine resolved
#   direction of the Unicode characters. The mapping from Unicode to
#   Mac OS Farsi can then be disambiguated by the use of the resolved
#   direction:
#
#    Unicode 0x002B -> Mac OS Farsi 0x2B (if L) or 0xAB (if R)
#
#   However, this also means the direction override characters should
#   be discarded when mapping from Unicode to Mac OS Farsi (after
#   they have been used to determine resolved direction), since the
#   direction override information is carried by the code point itself.
#
#   Even when direction overrides are not needed for roundtrip
#   fidelity, they are sometimes used when mapping Mac OS Farsi
#   characters to Unicode in order to achieve similar text layout with
#   the resulting Unicode text. For example, the single Mac OS Farsi
#   ellipsis character has direction class right-left,and there is no
#   left-right version. However, the Unicode HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS
#   character has direction class neutral (which means it may end up
#   with a resolved direction of left-right if surrounded by left-right
#   characters). When mapping the Mac OS Farsi ellipsis to Unicode, it
#   is surrounded with a direction override to help preserve proper
#   text layout. The resolved direction is not needed or used when
#   mapping the Unicode HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS back to Mac OS Farsi.
#
#   2. Mapping the Mac OS Farsi digits
#
#   The main table below contains mappings that should be used when
#   strict round-trip fidelity is required. However, for numeric
#   values, the mappings in that table will produce Unicode characters
#   that may appear different than the Mac OS Farsi text displayed
#   on a Mac OS system with Arabic/Farsi support. This is because the
#   Mac OS uses context-dependent display for the 0x30-0x39 digits.
#
#   If roundtrip fidelity is not required, then the following
#   alternate mappings should be used when a sequence of 0x30-0x39
#   digits - possibly including 0x2C and 0x2E - occurs in an Arabic
#   context (that is, when the first "strong" character on either side
#   of the digit sequence is Arabic, or there is no strong character):
#
#    0x2C   0x066C    #   ARABIC THOUSANDS SEPARATOR
#    0x2E   0x066B    #   ARABIC DECIMAL SEPARATOR
#    0x30   0x06F0    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   ZERO
#    0x31   0x06F1    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   ONE
#    0x32   0x06F2    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   TWO
#    0x33   0x06F3    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   THREE
#    0x34   0x06F4    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   FOUR
#    0x35   0x06F5    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   FIVE
#    0x36   0x06F6    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   SIX
#    0x37   0x06F7    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   SEVEN
#    0x38   0x06F8    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   EIGHT
#    0x39   0x06F9    #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT   NINE
#
#   3. Use of corporate-zone Unicodes (mapping the TrueType variant)
#
#   The goals in the mappings provided here are:
#   - Ensure roundtrip mapping from every character in the Mac OS
#     Farsi character set to Unicode and back
#   - Use standard Unicode characters as much as possible, to
#     maximize interchangeability of the resulting Unicode text.
#     Whenever possible, avoid having content carried by private-use
#     characters.
#
#   Some of the characters in the TrueType variant of the Mac OS Farsi
#   character set do not correspond to distinct, single Unicode
#   characters. To map these and satisfy both goals above, we employ
#   various strategies.
#
#   a) If possible, use private use characters in combination with
#   standard Unicode characters to mark variants of the standard
#   Unicode character.
#
#   Apple has defined a block of 32 corporate characters as "transcoding
#   hints." These are used in combination with standard Unicode
characters
#   to force them to be treated in a special way for mapping to other
#   encodings; they have no other effect. Sixteen of these transcoding
#   hints are "grouping hints" - they indicate that the next 2-4 Unicode
#   characters should be treated as a single entity for transcoding. The
#   other sixteen transcoding hints are "variant tags" - they are like
#   combining characters, and can follow a standard Unicode (or a
sequence
#   consisting of a base character and other combining characters) to
#   cause it to be treated in a special way for transcoding. These always
#   terminate a combining-character sequence.
#
#   The transcoding coding hint used in this mapping table is a grouping
#   hint:
#     0xF86B group next 4 characters, right-left directionality
#
#   In the TrueType variant of Mac OS Farsi, 0xA4 is a ligature for the
#   currency unit "rial". This is mapped using the grouping hint followed
#   by the Arabic characters for "rial"
#
#     (TrueType variant) 0xA4 -> 0xF86B+0x0631+0x064A+0x0627+0x0644
#
#   b) Otherwise, use private use characters by themselves to map
#   characters in the TrueType variant of Mac OS Farsi characters which
#   have no relationship to any standard Unicode character.
#
#   The following additional corporate zone Unicode character is used
#   for this purpose here:
#
#     0xF882 Arabic ligature "peace on him"
#
# Details of mapping changes in each version:
# -------------------------------------------
#
#   Changes from version n01 to version n04:
#
#   - Change mapping of 0xA4 in TrueType variant (just described in
#     header comment) from single corporate character to use
#     grouping hint
#
##################

0x20   <LR>+0x0020 #   SPACE, left-right
0x21   <LR>+0x0021 #   EXCLAMATION MARK, left-right
0x22   <LR>+0x0022 #   QUOTATION MARK, left-right
0x23   <LR>+0x0023 #   NUMBER SIGN, left-right
0x24   <LR>+0x0024 #   DOLLAR SIGN, left-right
0x25   <LR>+0x0025 #   PERCENT SIGN, left-right
0x26   <LR>+0x0026 #   AMPERSAND, left-right
0x27   <LR>+0x0027 #   APOSTROPHE, left-right
0x28   <LR>+0x0028 #   LEFT PARENTHESIS, left-right
0x29   <LR>+0x0029 #   RIGHT PARENTHESIS, left-right
0x2A   <LR>+0x002A #   ASTERISK, left-right
0x2B   <LR>+0x002B #   PLUS SIGN, left-right
0x2C   <LR>+0x002C #   COMMA, left-right
0x2D   <LR>+0x002D #   HYPHEN-MINUS, left-right
0x2E   <LR>+0x002E #   FULL STOP, left-right
0x2F   <LR>+0x002F #   SOLIDUS, left-right
0x30   0x0030      #   DIGIT ZERO
0x31   0x0031      #   DIGIT ONE
0x32   0x0032      #   DIGIT TWO
0x33   0x0033      #   DIGIT THREE
0x34   0x0034      #   DIGIT FOUR
0x35   0x0035      #   DIGIT FIVE
0x36   0x0036      #   DIGIT SIX
0x37   0x0037      #   DIGIT SEVEN
0x38   0x0038      #   DIGIT EIGHT
0x39   0x0039      #   DIGIT NINE
0x3A   <LR>+0x003A #   COLON, left-right
0x3B   <LR>+0x003B #   SEMICOLON, left-right
0x3C   <LR>+0x003C #   LESS-THAN SIGN, left-right
0x3D   <LR>+0x003D #   EQUALS SIGN, left-right
0x3E   <LR>+0x003E #   GREATER-THAN SIGN, left-right
0x3F   <LR>+0x003F #   QUESTION MARK, left-right
0x40   0x0040      #   COMMERCIAL AT
0x41   0x0041      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A
0x42   0x0042      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B
0x43   0x0043      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C
0x44   0x0044      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D
0x45   0x0045      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E
0x46   0x0046      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER F
0x47   0x0047      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G
0x48   0x0048      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H
0x49   0x0049      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I
0x4A   0x004A      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J
0x4B   0x004B      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K
0x4C   0x004C      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L
0x4D   0x004D      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER M
0x4E   0x004E      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N
0x4F   0x004F      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O
0x50   0x0050      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P
0x51   0x0051      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Q
0x52   0x0052      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R
0x53   0x0053      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S
0x54   0x0054      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T
0x55   0x0055      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U
0x56   0x0056      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER V
0x57   0x0057      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER W
0x58   0x0058      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X
0x59   0x0059      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y
0x5A   0x005A      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z
0x5B   <LR>+0x005B #   LEFT SQUARE BRACKET, left-right
0x5C   <LR>+0x005C #   REVERSE SOLIDUS, left-right
0x5D   <LR>+0x005D #   RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET, left-right
0x5E   <LR>+0x005E #   CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, left-right
0x5F   <LR>+0x005F #   LOW LINE, left-right
0x60   0x0060      #   GRAVE ACCENT
0x61   0x0061      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER A
0x62   0x0062      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER B
0x63   0x0063      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER C
0x64   0x0064      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER D
0x65   0x0065      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER E
0x66   0x0066      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER F
0x67   0x0067      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER G
0x68   0x0068      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER H
0x69   0x0069      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER I
0x6A   0x006A      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER J
0x6B   0x006B      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER K
0x6C   0x006C      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER L
0x6D   0x006D      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER M
0x6E   0x006E      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER N
0x6F   0x006F      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER O
0x70   0x0070      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER P
0x71   0x0071      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER Q
0x72   0x0072      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER R
0x73   0x0073      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER S
0x74   0x0074      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER T
0x75   0x0075      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER U
0x76   0x0076      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER V
0x77   0x0077      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER W
0x78   0x0078      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER X
0x79   0x0079      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER Y
0x7A   0x007A      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER Z
0x7B   <LR>+0x007B #   LEFT CURLY BRACKET, left-right
0x7C   <LR>+0x007C #   VERTICAL LINE, left-right
0x7D   <LR>+0x007D #   RIGHT CURLY BRACKET, left-right
0x7E   0x007E      #   TILDE
#
0x80   0x00C4      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH   DIAERESIS
0x81   <RL>+0x00A0 #   NO-BREAK SPACE, right-left
0x82   0x00C7      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH   CEDILLA
0x83   0x00C9      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH   ACUTE
0x84   0x00D1      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH   TILDE
0x85   0x00D6      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS
0x86   0x00DC      #   LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS
0x87   0x00E1      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH ACUTE
0x88   0x00E0      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH GRAVE
0x89   0x00E2      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX
0x8A   0x00E4      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS
0x8B   0x06BA      #   ARABIC LETTER NOON GHUNNA
0x8C   <RL>+0x00AB #   LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, right-left
0x8D   0x00E7      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA
0x8E   0x00E9      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE
0x8F   0x00E8      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH GRAVE
0x90   0x00EA      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH CIRCUMFLEX
0x91   0x00EB      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH DIAERESIS
0x92   0x00ED      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH ACUTE
0x93   <RL>+0x2026 #   HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS, right-left
0x94   0x00EE      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX
0x95   0x00EF      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH DIAERESIS
0x96   0x00F1      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH TILDE
0x97   0x00F3      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH ACUTE
0x98   <RL>+0x00BB #   RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, right-left
0x99   0x00F4      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX
0x9A   0x00F6      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS
0x9B   <RL>+0x00F7 #   DIVISION SIGN, right-left
0x9C   0x00FA      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH ACUTE
0x9D   0x00F9      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH GRAVE
0x9E   0x00FB      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH CIRCUMFLEX
0x9F   0x00FC      #   LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS
0xA0   <RL>+0x0020 #   SPACE, right-left
0xA1   <RL>+0x0021 #   EXCLAMATION MARK, right-left
0xA2   <RL>+0x0022 #   QUOTATION MARK, right-left
0xA3   <RL>+0x0023 #   NUMBER SIGN, right-left
0xA4   <RL>+0x0024 #   DOLLAR SIGN, right-left
0xA5   0x066A      #   ARABIC PERCENT SIGN
0xA6   <RL>+0x0026 #   AMPERSAND, right-left
0xA7   <RL>+0x0027 #   APOSTROPHE, right-left
0xA8   <RL>+0x0028 #   LEFT PARENTHESIS, right-left
0xA9   <RL>+0x0029 #   RIGHT PARENTHESIS, right-left
0xAA   <RL>+0x002A #   ASTERISK, right-left
0xAB   <RL>+0x002B #   PLUS SIGN, right-left
0xAC   0x060C      #   ARABIC COMMA
0xAD   <RL>+0x002D #   HYPHEN-MINUS, right-left
0xAE   <RL>+0x002E #   FULL STOP, right-left
0xAF   <RL>+0x002F #   SOLIDUS, right-left
0xB0   <RL>+0x06F0 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT ZERO, right-left
0xB1   <RL>+0x06F1 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT ONE, right-left
0xB2   <RL>+0x06F2 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT TWO, right-left
0xB3   <RL>+0x06F3 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT THREE, right-left
0xB4   <RL>+0x06F4 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT FOUR, right-left
0xB5   <RL>+0x06F5 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT FIVE, right-left
0xB6   <RL>+0x06F6 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT SIX, right-left
0xB7   <RL>+0x06F7 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT SEVEN, right-left
0xB8   <RL>+0x06F8 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT EIGHT, right-left
0xB9   <RL>+0x06F9 #   EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGIT NINE, right-left
0xBA   <RL>+0x003A #   COLON, right-left
0xBB   0x061B      #   ARABIC SEMICOLON
0xBC   <RL>+0x003C #   LESS-THAN SIGN, right-left
0xBD   <RL>+0x003D #   EQUALS SIGN, right-left
0xBE   <RL>+0x003E #   GREATER-THAN SIGN, right-left
0xBF   0x061F      #   ARABIC QUESTION MARK
0xC0   <RL>+0x274A #   EIGHT TEARDROP-SPOKED PROPELLER ASTERISK, right-left
0xC1   0x0621      #   ARABIC LETTER HAMZA
0xC2   0x0622      #   ARABIC LETTER ALEF WITH MADDA ABOVE
0xC3   0x0623      #   ARABIC LETTER ALEF WITH HAMZA ABOVE
0xC4   0x0624      #   ARABIC LETTER WAW WITH HAMZA ABOVE
0xC5   0x0625      #   ARABIC LETTER ALEF WITH HAMZA BELOW
0xC6   0x0626      #   ARABIC LETTER YEH WITH HAMZA ABOVE
0xC7   0x0627      #   ARABIC LETTER ALEF
0xC8   0x0628      #   ARABIC LETTER BEH
0xC9   0x0629      #   ARABIC LETTER TEH MARBUTA
0xCA   0x062A      #   ARABIC LETTER TEH
0xCB   0x062B      #   ARABIC LETTER THEH
0xCC   0x062C      #   ARABIC LETTER JEEM
0xCD   0x062D      #   ARABIC LETTER HAH
0xCE   0x062E      #   ARABIC LETTER KHAH
0xCF   0x062F      #   ARABIC LETTER DAL
0xD0   0x0630      #   ARABIC LETTER THAL
0xD1   0x0631      #   ARABIC LETTER REH
0xD2   0x0632      #   ARABIC LETTER ZAIN
0xD3   0x0633      #   ARABIC LETTER SEEN
0xD4   0x0634      #   ARABIC LETTER SHEEN
0xD5   0x0635      #   ARABIC LETTER SAD
0xD6   0x0636      #   ARABIC LETTER DAD
0xD7   0x0637      #   ARABIC LETTER TAH
0xD8   0x0638      #   ARABIC LETTER ZAH
0xD9   0x0639      #   ARABIC LETTER AIN
0xDA   0x063A      #   ARABIC LETTER GHAIN
0xDB   <RL>+0x005B #   LEFT SQUARE BRACKET, right-left
0xDC   <RL>+0x005C #   REVERSE SOLIDUS, right-left
0xDD   <RL>+0x005D #   RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET, right-left
0xDE   <RL>+0x005E #   CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, right-left
0xDF   <RL>+0x005F #   LOW LINE, right-left
0xE0   0x0640      #   ARABIC TATWEEL
0xE1   0x0641      #   ARABIC LETTER FEH
0xE2   0x0642      #   ARABIC LETTER QAF
0xE3   0x0643      #   ARABIC LETTER KAF
0xE4   0x0644      #   ARABIC LETTER LAM
0xE5   0x0645      #   ARABIC LETTER MEEM
0xE6   0x0646      #   ARABIC LETTER NOON
0xE7   0x0647      #   ARABIC LETTER HEH
0xE8   0x0648      #   ARABIC LETTER WAW
0xE9   0x0649      #   ARABIC LETTER ALEF MAKSURA
0xEA   0x064A      #   ARABIC LETTER YEH
0xEB   0x064B      #   ARABIC FATHATAN
0xEC   0x064C      #   ARABIC DAMMATAN
0xED   0x064D      #   ARABIC KASRATAN
0xEE   0x064E      #   ARABIC FATHA
0xEF   0x064F      #   ARABIC DAMMA
0xF0   0x0650      #   ARABIC KASRA
0xF1   0x0651      #   ARABIC SHADDA
0xF2   0x0652      #   ARABIC SUKUN
0xF3   0x067E      #   ARABIC LETTER PEH
0xF4   0x0679      #   ARABIC LETTER TTEH
0xF5   0x0686      #   ARABIC LETTER TCHEH
0xF6   0x06D5      #   ARABIC LETTER AE
0xF7   0x06A4      #   ARABIC LETTER VEH
0xF8   0x06AF      #   ARABIC LETTER GAF
0xF9   0x0688      #   ARABIC LETTER DDAL
0xFA   0x0691      #   ARABIC LETTER RREH
0xFB   <RL>+0x007B #   LEFT CURLY BRACKET, right-left
0xFC   <RL>+0x007C #   VERTICAL LINE, right-left
0xFD   <RL>+0x007D #   RIGHT CURLY BRACKET, right-left
0xFE   0x0698      #   ARABIC LETTER JEH
0xFF   0x06D2      #   ARABIC LETTER YEH BARREE

				
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