Re: Encoding polytonic Greek

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Mon Aug 30 1999 - 07:29:36 EDT

Ar 23:20 -0700 1999-08-29, scríobh Constantine Stathopoulos:

>>As to the numeral sign, that was added to Unicode/10646 at the insistence
>>of the Greek national body.
>A long time ago. I haven't been able to find the reason for that (neither
>for U+1FBD - U+1FBF) and I wonder if that reason still aplies. One might
>argue that the difference in use between comma and ypodiastoli (Greek
>decimal symbol) is much more important, but none of these has been coded
>separately in the Greek blocks.

Ask Evangelos Melagrakis

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