RE: Special characters

From: Marco Cimarosti (marco.cimarosti@essetre.it)
Date: Tue Nov 05 2002 - 07:55:02 EST

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    Johan Marais wrote:
    > Could someone tell me whether it is possible to produce the following
    characters please?
    >
    > k with a small line underneath
    > K with a small line underneath

    ?/? (U+1E35/U+1E34, LATIN SMALL/CAPITAL LETTER K WITH LINE BELOW)

    > H with a dot underneath
    > h with a dot underneath

    ?/? (U+1E25/U+1E24, LATIN SMALL/CAPITAL LETTER H WITH DOT BELOW)

    > B with a small line underneath
    > b with a small line underneath

    ?/? (U+1E07/U+1E06, LATIN SMALL/CAPITAL LETTER B WITH LINE BELOW)

    > D with a small line underneath
    > d with a small line underneath

    ?/? (U+1E0F/U+1E0E, LATIN SMALL/CAPITAL D WITH LINE BELOW)

    > G with a line on top
    > g with a line on top

    ?/? (U+1E21/U+1E20, LATIN SMALL/CAPITAL G WITH MACRON)

    > E with an upside down ^ on top
    > e with an upside down ^ on top

    e/E (U+011A/U+011B, LATIN SMALL/CAPITAL LETTER E WITH CARON)

    All these can also be obtained with the regular letters *followed* by a
    combining diacritic:

            x_ (U+0331, COMBINING MACRON BELOW)
            x? (U+0323, COMBINING DOT BELOW)
            x (U+0304, COMBINING MACRON)
            x? (U+030C, COMBINING CARON)

    > Mirror image of a comma, but not at the bottom - should be higher, like an
    '

    It depends on what the means. If it is part of the spelling, it should
    probably be:

            ? (U+02BD, MODIFIER LETTER REVERSED COMMA)

    If it is punctuation (open quote), it should be:

            ? (U+201B, SINGLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK)

    _ Marco



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