RE: Characters as requested plus some more

From: Dominikus Scherkl (
Date: Fri May 23 2003 - 10:52:22 EDT

  • Next message: John Cowan: "Re: Is it true that Unicode is insufficient for Oriental languages?"

    > Proposal to encode symbols for genealogy and gender studies in the UCS

    Ah, wonderfull.
    > There has been no comment which leads one to believe that there is
    > nothing controversial in the set. :-)

    From the character-encoding point of view, there isn't.
    It's simply perfect - all that was missing (and more).

    To something completely different:

    While looking over TR#25 it mentions that the old german currency sign
    for "Mark" was unified with the script M, but it is not mentioned in
    the introduction to the code chart's currency symbols block.

    Was this introduction intended to be exhaustive (so the unified Mark
    symbol was simply forgotten) or are those only examples, and there are
    still more currency symbols spread throughout the charts?

    Best regards,

    Dominikus Scherkl

    This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.5 : Fri May 23 2003 - 11:50:47 EDT