The NKo Unicode block is a range of characters in the Unicode standard that includes letters, punctuation marks, and other symbols used in the N'Ko alphabet. The N'Ko alphabet is used to write the N'Ko language, which is a member of the Mande language family and is spoken by a large number of people in West Africa. The NKo block is part of the larger Unicode standard, which provides a standardized way to represent characters from various writing systems in a digital form. The NKo block includes a variety of letters and marks that are used to represent the sounds of the N'Ko language.
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