@veer66 Can't you just take advantage of the Unicode number mappings?

@loke Like this?

(defn num-ch-tha->ara [c]
(if (and (<= (.compareTo \๐ c) 0)
(>= (.compareTo \๙ c) 0))
(-> c
int
(- 3616)
char)
c))

@veer66 No. I mean to use the Unicode API to get the numerical value of a character. I don't know the Clojure API, but in SBCL I can use (sb-unicode:numeric-value #\๑) which results in 1.

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