**From:** Patrick Andries (*Patrick.Andries@xcential.com*)

**Date:** Mon Jun 16 2003 - 01:43:25 EDT

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I'm looking for two mathematical characters.

1) The canonical one-to-one (injective) mapping; is this U+21AA ? Looks like it (no annotation though).

2) An angle operator (combining mark ?) looking like this _| , where

a )

n| a ) n occurrences of a

a ¯ means a )

n|

obviously a¯ should all be written on a single line.

Thanks for any help,

Patrick

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