In message <9810011532.AA15985@unicode.org>
Donald Page <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi, ISO8859-4 defines character 0xBB to be Latin small letter g with
> cedilla above. This character does not appear, to me, to be in Unicode
> anywhere. The nearest I can find is Latin small letter g with cedilla
> (below) at 0x123.
> If I look at the postscript Courier font IBM donated to X11, I can find a
> Latin g acute - which again does not appear in Unicode - but glyph-wise
> appears similar to the g with cedilla above in ISO 8859-4.
> Does anyone have some history to all of this and what I should be mapping
> to and printing?
The mapping table on ftp.unicode.org maps this to U+0123 - LATIN SMALL
LETTER G WITH CEDILLA.
Have the actual ISO 8859 standard revisions including UCS references been
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