J örg Knappen erl äutert:
> Tim Partridge schrieb:
> > "no equivalent" list sfrown and ssmile. There are Unicode characters
> > with these names and some smily faces. Does anyone know what the SGML
> > characters looks like?
> They are the lower and upper half of 0x224d (EQUIVALENT TO). Canonical
> glyph shapes are included in the AMS math fonts (freely available in
> METAFONT format or as pk-bitmaps from the CTAN-knodes and -mirrors. Primary
> CTAN sites are ftp.dante.de and ftp.tex.ac.uk).
> Probably UNicode considers them to be glyphical variations of 0x2322 and
> 0x2323 -- which are however different characters from a TeXnician's point
> of view.
Correct. In Unicodese, same characters, different glyphs (to the extent
that the AMS math font canonical glyphs differ). U+2322 and U+2323 were
encoded explicitly for the frown and smile symbols, and have nothing to
do with the smily faces (unless you consider them the result of the
fading of the respective Cheshire cats). :-( :-)
> --J"org Knappen.
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