Latin character set.

Unicode characters.


For use with the TextCoder and the TextDoctor.

Character set options.

The keymap follows ASCII (the standard American computer keyboard) with the exception of the ligatures.

Option 1. All characters represented on the computer keyboard are available except those used for the ligatures.
Option 2. Uppercase and lowercase letters, punctuation, and textual marks are available. Arabic numbers up to 3,999 are turned into Roman numerals.
Option 3. Uppercase and lowercase letters, Arabic numerals, punctuation, and textual marks are available. J and j become I and i. U and u become V and v.
Option 4. Uppercase and lowercase letters, punctuation, and textual marks are available. J and j come out as I and i. U and u come out as V and v.

Ligatures.

æ
`
Æ
~
œ
=
Œ
+

Archaic Latin.

Option 1. Uppercase and lowercase letters and textual marks are available. The : (colon) and ; (semicolon) produce the medial dot (·) found in Latin inscriptions. J and j come out as I and i. U and u come out as V and v. Arabic numbers up to 3,999 are turned into Roman numerals.
Option 2. Only the uppercase letters are available. The : (colon) and ; (semicolon) produce the medial dot (·) found in Latin inscriptions. J and j come out as I and i. U and u come out as V and v. Arabic numbers up to 3,999 are turned into Roman numerals.