Michael Everson writes:
> Well, if you find them in text used as letters then they should have case.
> If they are only mathematical thingies then they shouldn't.
In any case, many symbols have case mappings in Unicode; remember that
case mappings are informative. For example, the CIRCLED LATIN LETTERs
in the 2400's have case mappings even though they are symbols.
-- John Cowan email@example.com e'osai ko sarji la lojban.
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