Ar 08:30 -0700 1998-10-14, scríobh John Cowan:
>Michael Everson wrote:
>> The NUMERO SIGN itself (as a character with curly legs on the N) is mostly
>> used in Russia and related places, I think.
>What "NUMERO SIGN itself"? The Unicode Standard shows it as
>"No", with the underbar on the baseline and the "o" just far
>enough above it to be legible. The compatibility decomposition is
>simply U+004E U+006F. No curly legs are visible here.
I was referring to the real one used for decades in lead type etc,
regardless of what its appearance or decomposition is in the Unicode
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