A table for representing the vowels in the SLP1 scheme is presented below
ओ३म् = o3m. Similarly numeral “1” is suffixed to denote a short “e” and “o”, as in Dravidian:
ऎ = e1,
ऒ = o1. “1” and “3” are also used after a short and long agitated kampa respectively. Avagraha (ऽ) is represented by a single quote (‘).
Anunasika is represented by a tilde. For example,
माँ = mA~. Jihvamuliya and upadhmaniya are encoded as “Z” and “V” respectively.
To be continued…
1. Scharf,Peter M. Sanskrit Library Phonological Text Encoding Scheme 1 (basic) (pdf file)
2. Hyman,Malcolm D;Scharf,Peter M; Linguistic Issues in Encoding Sanskrit (PDF)