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P1908.1 - Virtual Keyboard Standard for Indic Languages

The standard brings the benefits of Indic language computing to the vast majority of Indic language users.This standard defines virtual keyboards for Indic language computing, primarily for use on mobile phones and tablets with touch interface. The target languages are the Government of India's official languages and their scripts, as recognized by the Government and Unicode. This standard includes definition for virtual keyboard configurations with a limited set of keys (12), and also for larger set of keys (more than 12). The standard includes prototype reference implementation of device driver and software.
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