Tamil 99 is a keyboard layout approved by the Tamil Nadu Government. The layout, along with several monolingual and bilingual fonts for use with the Tamil language, was approved by government order on 13 June 1999. Designed for use with a normal QWERTY keyboard, typing follows a consonant-vowel pattern. The arrangement of the characters allow for fast and simple tying for users familiar with the script.
- "Tamil Font Encoding and Keyboard Layout standards of the Tamilnadu Government". Tamil Electronic Library. 16 November 2005. Retrieved 17 May 2010.
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