At 11:55 +0200 2002-04-30, Lars Marius Garshol wrote:
>* Stefan Persson
>| Isn't the reversed lower-case "c" somewhere in the IPA block?
>Could be, but I need "reversed lower-case 'c' followed by colon" as a
>Also, I am very curious if this character is used (or even known)
>outside Norway at all.
It's a Latin abbreviation I imagine. It's found in older Irish texts
where it represents "con".
You aren't going to get this as a single character. We write i.e.
with four characters, we write .i. (used in Ireland) with three
characters; you can certainly write 9: with two characters.
-- Michael Everson *** Everson Typography *** http://www.evertype.com
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