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TIPA (software)

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TIPA (software)

The TIPA character set

TIPA is a free software package providing IPA and other phonetic character capabilities for TeX and LaTeX. Written by Rei Fukui (福井玲 Fukui Rei), TIPA is based upon the author's previous work in TSIPA.

TIPA characters are placed within a LaTeX document using any of the following ways: \textipa{...}, {\tipaencoding ...}, or \begin{IPA} ... \end{IPA}.

TIPA supports the symbols in the Phonetic Symbol Guide (though macros are sometimes required) as well as a few idiosyncratic ones, such as a small-capital Q and an l–ɾ ligature lɾ.

Examples

 \textipa

 \textipa{/f@"nEtIks/}

See also

External links

  • TIPA manual (PDF)
  • On TIPA by Yoshi Fujino
  • IPA + TIPA chart by Matt Makashay
  • mw:Extension:WikiTeX – TIPA support for MediaWiki



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