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Any Tamil Encoding to Unicode

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This project is to create a common algorithm that converts Tamil texts encoded in any Encoding Schemes, such as TSCII, TAB, TAM, Bamini, Adhawin, Anjal, Tamilnet, Tboomi, Mylai, Shreelipi and other non-formal schemes to UNICODE.

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  • As of now only TSCII to UNICODE is implemeted

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    Thank you so much for creating this tool, works like a charm! And thanks to the previous reviewer for posting the command. By the way, I didn't seem to have any trouble displaying compound forms. For English-speakers who, like me, weren't sure how the application worked, here's a quick tutorial: 1- Unpack the Zip archive 2- In the directory containing the "ascii2unicode.exe" file, create a new empty *.txt file which will be used to contain the source code you need to convert into Tamil (e.g. "source.txt") 3- In the same directory, create another empty *.txt file (e.g. "target.txt") 4- Run your Command prompt, type the path to the correct directory, then type in the following command: ascii2unicode.exe source.txt -o target.txt 5- Your "target.txt" (in this example), should now be populated with the converted text Note: In my case, Notepad++ dit not render the Tamil text properly. I had to open the "target.txt" file with the regular Notepad. Thanks again :)

    Posted 01/05/2012
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    The software is very much useful. Mikka nantri. I used the following command to convert my TSC file sourcefile.txt to unicode file outputfile.txt: ascii2unicode.exe sourcefile.txt -o outputfile.txt This works like a charm. The only problem I face is: ரி is not displaying correctly. It is displaying as follows. Please fix it for me. It is very much required for my solvanam project . www.solvanam.org. பெரிதாக்குதல் பொிதாக்கல் Thank you. Regards Selin

    Posted 10/17/2011
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Additional Project Details

Languages

Tamil

Intended Audience

Information Technology

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C

Registered

2010-04-17

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