Asmus Freytag schrieb:
> In the US, there are other symbols that would be needed, e.g. SM for
> 'service mark'. It seems that the user community is happy with using markup
> or rich text for the contexts where that is required - nobody has
> complained about an 'omission' in Unicode.
SERVICE MARK can be found as u+2120, so there's no omission here.
P.S. In german usage, there is a symbol similar to the registered sign:
WARENZEICHEN, looking like (Wz):
Capital W and lowercase z enclosed in an ellipsis
It is often raised (like TM).
It is mainly used in dictionaries (Duden, Langenscheidt) to denote
words which are protected as trade marks (e.g. Weck(Wz)-Glas).
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