> Does anybody know why U+01F4 and U+01F5 are in the Unicode Standard?
> The name list does not account for them. What writing system
> uses them?
The first edition (1983) of ISO/IEC 6937, which preceded current
naming guidelines, contained a character with the name "small letter g with
acute accent". In 8.3 of the second edition it states that this character
has been renamed as LATIN SMALL LETTER G WITH CEDILLA in order to align with
ISO/IEC 10367 (the cedilla being placed above the g for presentation
purposes). However, the UCS contains both LATIN SMALL LETTER G WITH CEDILLA
(in the collection LATIN EXTENDED-A) and LATIN SMALL LETTER G WITH ACUTE (in
the collection LATIN EXTENDED-B). The justification for the name change is
that the original name was in error; the character concerned was always
intended to be the small letter corresponding to "capital letter g with
cedilla" but was named erroneously due to the positioning of the diacritical
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