Being a Nepali language speaker, I can easily produce most sounds in Devanagari script as every letter has the same sound despite the place of use.
But there may be many sounds that are not pronounced (by people like me) and thus not have any corresponding grapheme in Devanagari.
Also, reading English has always been difficult as the English alphabets sometimes have different sound, like:
gohave different sound for the vowel
Also, I have not learned any third writing script yet.
So, I would like to know if there is any writing script in the world that can represent all human sounds and is also phonemic?
The intention of asking the question is that:
I think a better writing script should be used to store characters (1-byte) instead of English alphabets, thus replace the current ASCII specification. This wont be a complete replacement for all scripts currently used in the world because there will be Unicode.
This can surely have many benefits like use of language other than English in programming, and true multi-lingual programming can be done.
There may arise question about difficulties in doing so. But all that computer understands is 0 and 1. So, some new specification should be developed instead of replacing computer architecture.