Re: Decimal separator with more than one character?

From: Andrew C. West (
Date: Tue May 20 2003 - 08:09:36 EDT

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    On Tue, 20 May 2003 11:49:51 +0200, Stefan Persson wrote:

    > Jim Allan wrote:
    > > It is the also normal Latin letter transliteration for the Runic
    > letter U+16AF.
    > ??? I have only seen "ᚯ" translitterated as "a" or "o", never as "œ".

    The Ango-Saxon rune corresponding to the Old English vowel œ [U+0153] is ᛟ
    U+16DF (RUNIC LETTER OTHALAN ETHEL O), properly spelled œ̄þel (combining
    macron over the œ) I think ... but I'm playing this one from memory, so correct
    me if I'm wrong.


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