Re: Do you have these characters?

From: Curtis Clark (
Date: Tue Jun 27 2000 - 19:30:17 EDT

At 08:08 AM 00.06.27 -0800, wrote:
Perhaps a better solution is to use the Roman numerals X and XI (or x and
xi) encoded in the number forms range (2150-218F).

One might (reasonably?) take the opinion that U+2160 to U+216B fully
represent dozenal digits, and that the ones 11-digit boy presented are
glyph variants.


Curtis Clark        
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