At 02:50 PM 12/8/99 -0800, you wrote:
>> In printing the Unicode charts and the accompanying names
>> lists, what characters are used for
>> - the dotted circle that represents a base character for
>> showing combining diacritics?
>> - the rounded square with the slanted-line fill used to
>> indicate reserved codepoints?
Ken already noted that these are glyphs, not characters.
We are releasing a font with these glyphs on the Unicode 3.0 CD.
Esp. the dotted circle should help people prepare mathching fonts for
scripts not yet encoded, where the dotted circle will be needed
when we publish the script.
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