âThe quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog's back.â
and got: (if this gets through and anyone can read it)
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It's Unicode, encoded as UTF-8, so I would expect more often than not
it displays OK.
Sanskrit has roughly the same status in India as classical Latin in Europe,
lots of classic texts are written in it, and it's widely studied in school.
So there are plenty of training texts, although perhaps not so many using
colloquial language, hence lazy -> sloth.
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