# Finnish 6-dot braille based on the official specification document | |

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#-index-name: Finnish | |

#-display-name: Finnish braille | |

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#+locale:fi | |

#+type:literary | |

#+contraction:no | |

#+dots:6 | |

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# TODO: Please correct the metadata above. It is not meant to be | |

# accurate nor complete. It hasn't been verified by the table | |

# author yet. It is merely an attempt by the liblouis maintainers | |

# to get some sensible initial values in place. | |

# | |

# TODO: Please add a reference to official documentation about | |

# the implemented braille code. Preferably submit the documents | |

# to https://github.com/liblouis/braille-specs. | |

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# Copyright (C) 2014,2015 Celia Library https://www.celia.fi | |

# | |

# This file is part of liblouis. | |

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# liblouis is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it | |

# under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as | |

# published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 2.1 of the | |

# License, or (at your option) any later version. | |

# | |

# liblouis is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but | |

# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of | |

# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU | |

# Lesser General Public License for more details. | |

# | |

# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public | |

# License along with liblouis. If not, see | |

# <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. | |

# Created by Jukka Eerikäinen | |

# Based on official specification document available on | |

# https://github.com/liblouis/liblouis/tree/formal_braille_spec#pistekirjoituksen-perusteet | |

# Includes | |

space \x00a0 a | |

include spaces.uti | |

include latinLetterDef6Dots.uti | |

include digits6Dots.uti | |

include litdigits6Dots.uti | |

include braille-patterns.cti | |

# Finnish-specific letters | |

uplow \x00C5\x00E5 16 Åå | |

uplow \x00C4\x00E4 345 Ää | |

uplow \x00D6\x00F6 246 Öö | |

# Common foreign-language letters that have single sign | |

uplow \x00C9\x00E9 123456 Éé | |

uplow \x1E9E\x00DF 2346 ẞß | |

uplow \x00DC\x00FC 1256 Üü | |

uplow \x0152\x0153 246 Œœ | |

uplow \x00C6\x00E6 345 Ææ | |

# Other foreign letters with double sign | |

# From UTF-8 table. Does not include every possible letter-diacritic-combination. | |

# For foreign letters with no single specified sign, a generic "foreign letter" sign is used before the braille sign for the base letter. | |

uplow \x00C0\x00E0 45-1 Àà | |

uplow \x00C1\x00E1 45-1 Áá | |

uplow \x00C2\x00E2 45-1 Ââ | |

uplow \x00C3\x00E3 45-1 Ãã | |

uplow \x00C7\x00E7 45-14 Çç | |

uplow \x00C8\x00E8 45-15 Èè | |

uplow \x00CA\x00EA 45-15 Êê | |

uplow \x00CB\x00EB 45-15 Ëë | |

uplow \x00CC\x00EC 45-24 Ìì | |

uplow \x00CD\x00ED 45-24 Íí | |

uplow \x00CE\x00EE 45-24 Îî | |

uplow \x00CF\x00EF 45-24 Ïï | |

uplow \x00D0\x00F0 45-145 Ðð | |

uplow \x00D1\x00F1 45-1345 Ññ | |

uplow \x00D2\x00F2 45-135 Òò | |

uplow \x00D3\x00F3 45-135 Óó | |

uplow \x00D4\x00F4 45-135 Ôô | |

uplow \x00D5\x00F5 45-135 Õõ | |

uplow \x00D8\x00F8 45-135 Øø | |

uplow \x00D9\x00F9 45-136 Ùù | |

uplow \x00DA\x00FA 45-136 Úú | |

uplow \x00DB\x00FB 45-136 Ûû | |

uplow \x00DD\x00FD 45-13456 Ýý | |

uplow \x00DE\x00FE 45-145 Þþ | |

lowercase \x00FF 45-13456 ÿ | |

# Punctuation | |

# For purposes of this table intended for general literary texts, some mathematical symbols and operators, such as < and > are considered as general punctuation. For reasoning, see section "General symbols" below. | |

punctuation . 3 | |

punctuation , 2 | |

punctuation : 25 | |

punctuation ; 23 | |

punctuation ! 256 | |

punctuation ? 26 | |

punctuation ' 5 | |

punctuation " 56 | |

punctuation ! 256 | |

punctuation ? 26 | |

punctuation \x0027 5 ' | |

punctuation \x0022 56 " | |

punctuation ( 236 | |

punctuation ) 356 | |

punctuation [ 12356 | |

punctuation ] 23456 | |

punctuation { 1246 | |

punctuation } 12456 | |

punctuation < 126 | |

punctuation > 156 | |

punctuation / 34 | |

# General symbols | |

# For purposes of this table intended for general literary texts, some mathematical symbols and operators, such as + and % are considered as general symbols. | |

# This is because in Finnish braille, mathematical symbols are always preceded with space. Hence, if "+" was considered a mathematical symbol, expressions such as "my grade from the exam was B+" would be incorrectly translated to "B +". In table intended for mathematical textbooks, the preference would lean towards mathematical way of writing, and "+" would be considered a math symbol. | |

sign \\ 146 | |

sign | 456 | |

sign / 34 | |

sign + 235 | |

sign % 1456 | |

sign = 2356 | |

sign ~ 45 | |

sign @ 4 | |

sign & 12346 | |

sign \x00A3 123 £ | |

sign $ 2346 | |

sign \x20AC 4-15 € | |

sign \x00A2 4-14 ¢ | |

sign * 35 | |

sign \x00A7 3456 § | |

sign _ 346 | |

sign # 3456 | |

sign ^ 346 | |

sign \x2022 3 • Bullet sign | |

sign \x00B7 3 · Interpunct | |

sign - 36 Hyphen, not a dash. Hyphens are spaced as in print text. | |

sign \x2013 36 – En-dash, not a hyphen. | |

sign \x2014 36 – Em-dash, not a hyphen. | |

# Additional general symbols | |

# These are not covered by the specification document, but reflect the conventions. | |

sign \x00A9 236-14-356 © Copyright symbol | |

sign \x00AE 236-1235-356 ® Registered trademark symbol | |

sign \x2122 2345-134 ™ Trademark symbol | |

noback sign \x25CF 35 # 9679 black circle | |

# Undefined characters | |

# Not covered by the specification document, but conventionally replaced with an asterisk. | |

undefined 35 | |

# Mathematical symbols - these are ONLY used in mathematical context | |

# Thus, these may have special rules | |

math \x2212 36 − Minus sign, not a hyphen | |

math \x2030 25-1456 ‰ Per mille sign | |

math \x221E 123456 ∞ Infinity sign | |

math \x221A 146 √ Root sign | |

math \x00B0 356 ° Degree symbol | |

math \x2219 3 ∙ Bullet operator | |

math \x22C5 3 ⋅ Dot operator | |

math \x00D7 3 × Multiplication sign | |

math \x00F7 25 ÷ Division sign; Obelus | |

decpoint , 2 Decimal comma | |

# Vulgar fractions | |

# This is not the mathematically correct notation for fractions; rather, the fractions are converted to division-like notation to ease reading of literary texts, cookbooks et cetera. For _mathematical_ texts, another table must be written. | |

math \x00BC 3456-1-0-34-3456-145 ¼ | |

math \x00BD 3456-1-0-34-3456-12 ½ | |

math \x00BE 3456-14-0-34-3456-145 ¾ | |

math \x2153 3456-1-0-34-3456-14 ⅓ | |

math \x2154 3456-12-0-34-3456-14 ⅔ | |

math \x2155 3456-1-0-34-3456-15 ⅕ | |

math \x2156 3456-12-0-34-3456-15 ⅖ | |

math \x2157 3456-14-0-34-3456-15 ⅗ | |

math \x2158 3456-145-0-34-3456-15 ⅘ | |

math \x2159 3456-1-0-34-3456-124 ⅙ | |

math \x215A 3456-15-0-34-3456-124 ⅚ | |

math \x215B 3456-1-0-34-3456-125 ⅛ | |

math \x215C 3456-14-0-34-3456-125 ⅜ | |

math \x215D 3456-15-0-34-3456-125 ⅝ | |

math \x215E 3456-1245-0-34-3456-125 ⅞ | |

# Braille indicators | |

numsign 3456 | |

capsletter 6 | |

begcapsword 6-6 | |

endcapsword 56 | |

# Emphasis | |

emphclass italic | |

emphclass underline | |

emphclass bold | |

begemphphrase underline 346-346 | |

endemphphrase underline before 346 | |

begemphword underline 346 | |

endemphword underline 346 | |

lenemphphrase underline 3 | |

begemphphrase bold 346-346 | |

endemphphrase bold before 346 | |

begemphword bold 346 | |

endemphword bold 346 | |

lenemphphrase bold 3 | |

begemphphrase italic 46-46 | |

endemphphrase italic before 46 | |

begemphword italic 46 | |

endemphword italic 46 | |

lenemphphrase italic 3 | |

# Longer number expressions | |

midnum . 3 | |

midnum : 25 | |

# Context rules for transition from digits to letters | |

class digitletter abcdefhjiklmnopqrstuvwxyz\x00E5\x00E4\x00F6 | |

noback context $d[]%digitletter @56 | |

# Second power | |

# Powers are generally marked using power sign. However, if the power is two, the number is omitted. | |

noback context ["^2\s"] @346-0 | |

noback context ["^2"]$p @346 | |

# Numbers and mathematical symbols | |

# Slash is always preceded by space within number expressions. | |

noback context $d[]"/" @0 | |

# Degree sign is always preceded by space, even when it's adjacent to preceding digit in print text. | |

noback context $d[]"\x00B0" @0 Degree sign | |

# Mathematical symbols and operators are always preceded by space. | |

noback context $d[]$m @0 | |

# Dashes, not a hyphen. Dashes always have spaces around them. | |

noback context !$s["\x2013"]!$s @0-36-0 | |

noback context !$s["\x2014"]!$s @0-36-0 |