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posted on 08.06.2018 by Eric Kunto Aribowo
For some, it was the historical precedence of Latin script over Arabic in Internet. At times, the Arabic language was not supported by the widespread technology, thus Arabizi was the only possible way to communicate over the Net, and thus it was adopted. This is still valid, because some computer have no Arabic language capabilities. On the first level, the original Windows came in English and PC users found themselves constrained to use Latin script on their computers. On another level, Arabic keyboards are still not widely spread. Some computers do not have Arabic letters at all. Arabizi, a term that describes a system of writing Arabic in Latin script and the Arabic numerals, is now more popular than ever, especially online. To communicate with others in Arabizi, numbers are mixed to represent some letters in Arabic, such as 2, 3, 6, and 7.

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