Ar 05:51 -0700 1998-07-31, scríobh Donald Page:
>All this talk of capitalising sharp-s reminds me of another letter which I
>never quite understood. What happens to the old Greenlandic lower case
>kra (0x0138) when it is converted to upper case? The tables on the CD
>don't give a value. Is there an upper case kra which isn't part of
CAPITAL LETTER KRA is found in ISO 5426-2:1996 and has been proposed for
inclusion in the UCS (http://www.dkuug.dk/jtc1/sc2/wg2/docs/n1747.pdf).
CAPITAL LETTER KRA looks like a K'.
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