On Wed, 15 Oct 1997 03:41:31 -0700 (PDT), Carrasco Benitez Manuel
> IT ASPECTS OF THE EURO CURRENCY SIGN
>ASCII AND LATIN1
>A position should be found for the euro currency sign in ASCII and
>Latin1 (ISO 8859-1), as there will be many systems using these
>encoding after the euro is introduced.
> Unicode number Glyph Name
> 007C | VERTICAL LINE
What is the status of this document?
Surely the Latin-0 proposal covers this already?
>If the position for the euro was in the upper table (positions 128 to
>255), another position would be needed in the lower table or it would
>not be available in ASCII.
Is this really a serious suggestion to change US-ASCII?
>An entity should be included in HTML for the euro. It is proposed:
Ah, a more sensible suggestion.
Has this been formally proposed to the W3C?
-- John Wilcock, http://www.tradoc.fr/john/
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