Don wrote:

> 1. How many languages have more than one writing system?
> And how well standardized are each?

Typically, when a language has two (or more) writing systems, becuase
a government decrees that a writing system must be replaced. As such,
the replacement is standard.

In some very rare instances, you will find individuals doing things,
like writing English, using hiragana, or hangul. These examples are
more akin to encryption

In some rare instances, you will find individuals who write in one
language, using a writing system that was not "known" to be used for
that language. These private usages are more akin to simple encryption
methods. [EG: Writing English using Kiragana, or French, using

> for multiscript languages, if it hasn't been done already).



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