If my memory is correct, Y-diaeresis is also used in Finnish (Nordic IBM
Code page 865; character 152) It may also be used in Icelandic (IBM Code
Page 861) but I no longer remember.
From: Marion Gunn
Subject: Y diaeresis (HTML - i18n / NCR & charset
Date: Monday, December 02, 1996 1:45PM
Sorry to take issue with the experts on TYPO-L, but Y diaeresis is
character. I saw one a few wks ago in Slovenia (in an inscripton at Kapela
sv. Marije, on the lake island at Bled) & brought home a photo of it as
At 12:13 1996-11-30, unicode@Unicode.ORG wrote:
>At 13:27 30/11/96 +0000, Peter Flynn wrote:
>> 9F (159) -- Ÿ -- Ydieresis
>>Y diaeresis is a non-existent character, according to the experts on
>>TYPO-L, who have just discussed this in depth.
>According to the rules, a character cannot be deleted from UCS. So it has
>stay with us.
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