From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 24 2003 - 13:03:35 EST
> > It is a capital letter G with a vertical bar through the
> >whole glyph.
> >How can this glyph be represented in Unicode? Interestingly, it is
> >missing in the Unicode currency block -- how `real' is this glyph?
> Find evidence of it in a Paraguayan publication.
And Doug suggested:
> In the meantime, I'd just use "PYG" for the Paraguayan currency symbol.
Which is an official banking symbol representation, but
usage on the web seems to be to use "Gs" as the
abbreviation for guaraníes:
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