On 30 Jul 97 at 9:16, Otto Stolz wrote:
> On 30 Jul 97 at 3:13, Kent Karlsson wrote:
> > there is an Ångström (note the spelling!) unit sign (which is the letter Å).
> On Jul 30, 8:27, Tony Harminc wrote:
> > Which is, btw, not an SI unit. [...] So we are dealing with a matter of
> > historical interest only here. :-)
> Such as Runic and Ogham (cf.
> <http://www.unicode.org/unicode/alloc/Pipeline.html>), and Etruscan,
> Gothic, Linear B, the Cypriot syllabary, and the Phaistos disk script
> (cf. <http://www.unicode.org/pending/pending.html>) -- all approved,
> or proposed, for Unicode/UCS -:) -:)
Surely these languages use LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH RING
ABOVE (U00C5), not Ångström unit (U212B).
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