On Tue, 13 Mar 2001, Curtis Clark wrote:
> At 07:50 PM 3/13/01, Pierpaolo BERNARDI wrote:
> > > And no, the Unicode Standard hasn't encoded any pentagrams yet -- or
> > > hexagrams or baphomets, for that matter.
> >Now that you mention them, someone will make a fuss over their absence.
> A lot of other religions managed to make it into Miscellaneous Symbols
> (although if Solomon's Seal/Mogen David is there, I'm not seeing it).
It's in Dingbats instead, at U+2721.
> I'd like to think that those crosses and ankhs and stuff are there for
> compatibility or round-tripping or something, and that it isn't a case
> of some religions being favored.
U+2719 to U+2721 and the rest of the Dingbats section are there because of
the Dingbats font.
PS. Can anyone else access <http://charts.unicode.org/>?
-- Daniel Biddle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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