On Thu, Feb 01, 2001 at 09:22:38AM -0800, John O'Conner wrote:
> In all seriousness, how would anyone implementing the Unicode standard know all
> the unwritten conventions and quirks...like this idea about SCRIPT CAPITAL P
> being something else entirely. This obviously isn't the only oddity, so what
> resources does one have to find out these quirks other than stories and comments
> passed along via mailing lists. If I had read the Unicode Standard more closely,
> would I have found this?
Page 509 points out that's it's not a script capital and that it's the
symbol for that elliptical function. It's not as clear as on the lists,
but it's there.
-- David Starner - firstname.lastname@example.org Pointless website: http://dvdeug.dhis.org
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