Iranians rarely use a special currency sign themselves. Only some old
typewriters are equipped with them, and also there is a symbol in the
national character set standard, which really few use (and is a "Rial"
written condensedly). I think where a symbol does not exist, the four
character string "REH FARSI-YEH ALEF LAM" is better than inventing a new
symbol. Also you may try to use the general currency sign U+00A4.
On Mon, 20 Dec 1999, N.R.Liwal wrote:
> I am developing a Unicode base font for Windows 2k, the font have Glyps for
> 4 Languages i.e. Pashto, Farsi, Urdu and Arabic, apart from Arabic Pashto
> is National Language of Afghanistan, Urdu of Pakistan and Farsi of Iran and
> each of these three countries have their own currencies and I want to
> each one with a Currency Symbol.
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