John O'Conner wrote:
> Is this an error or intentional change? I noticed that all other
> "SCRIPT CAPITAL *" character values are in the "Lu" category.
> However, this particular character has changed to "So" in the 3.0,
> 3.0.1, and 3.1 db. Why? Why not the other SCRIPT CAPITAL * char
> values too?
> 2118;SCRIPT CAPITAL P;So;0;ON;;;;;N;SCRIPT P;;;;
It is intentional.
Despite its name, U+2118 is not any old script P, but
the unique symbol for the Weierstrass function. Note that it is *not*
unified, in Unicode 3.1, with MATHEMATICAL SCRIPT CAPITAL P, which
has its own codepoint U+1D4AB and category Lu.
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