Re: Latin g with cedilla above

From: Rick McGowan (
Date: Fri Oct 02 1998 - 17:26:06 EDT

John Cowan said:

> Until I heard about the SMALL G WITH CEDILLA case, it would never have occurred
> to me that a CEDILLA could sometimes be represented by a glyph *above* the base
> character.

Yup, me neither. I guess I didn't see this in all these years of staring at
Unicode 1.0.

Can someone explain the rationale? Or at least, explain it in the book.

And I think John's "Canonical Interferometry" reading is essentially correct...


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