From: Kent Karlsson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 29 2003 - 08:19:23 EDT
Peter Constable wrote
> > But I doubt you will find any linguist who would consider the
> > capital slashed O as anything other than a kludge replacement for
> > either the standard round empty set symbol or the slashed zero
> Hear! Hear!
Then use a slashed zero (<DIGIT ZERO, COMBINING LONG SOLIDUS OVERLAY>;
which seems to be the glyph for which is actually used in print,
and the problem is solved!
(Remember that the empty set symbol really was an O with stroke,
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