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Nastaliq (/ ˌ n æ s t ə ˈ l iː k, ˈ n æ s t ə l iː k /; Persian, Urdu: نستعلیق, IPA: [næsˈtʰæʔliːq]), also romanized as Nastaʿlīq, is one of the main calligraphic hands used to write the Perso-Arabic script in the Persian and Urdu languages, often used also for Ottoman Turkish poetry, rarely for Arabic.
Punjabi (/ p ʌ n ˈ dʒ ɑː b i /; پنجابی (); ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (), Punjabi: [pəɲˈdʒab̆.bi] ()), sometimes spelled Panjabi, is an Indo-Aryan language natively spoken by the Punjabi people in the Punjab region of Pakistan and India.
Free software. This section lists free software which does desktop publishing. All of these are required to be open-source. While not required, the software listed in this section is available free of charge. (In principle, in rare cases, free software is sold without being distributed over the Internet.)
A segment can have one (and in the case of the inpage attribute, two) of five alignment attributes: […] Byte, which means a segment can be located at any address. […] Word, which means a segment can only be located at an address that is a multiple of two, starting from address 0H.
There are efforts underway to develop more sophisticated and user-friendly Urdu support on computers and on the Internet. Nowadays, nearly all Urdu newspapers, magazines, journals and periodicals are composed on computers via various Urdu software programmes, the most widespread of which is InPage Desktop Publishing package.
A word processor program is a computer program that provides word processing functions. Originally a separate type of application to desktop publishing, the two program types now overlap, with many word processors now including what were once desktop publishing functions.
Intel Graphics Technology (GT) is the collective name for a series of integrated graphics processors (IGPs) produced by Intel that are manufactured on the same package or die as the central processing unit (CPU).
InPage, a widely used desktop publishing tool for Urdu, uses Nastaliq fonts with over 20,000 ligatures. In American Sign Language a ligature of the American manual alphabet is used to sign "I love you", from the English initialism ILY. It consists of the little finger of the letter I plus the thumb and forefinger of the letter L.