Common Indic Number Forms
Common Indic Number Forms is a block of the Unicode standard that contains characters used to represent numbers in the Indian numbering system. In this numbering system, numbers are written using a combination of digits and other symbols, and the value of a number is determined by its position relative to other digits and symbols. The characters in this block are used to write numbers in Indian texts, and are often used in conjunction with other Unicode blocks to represent Indian languages in digital form.
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