Re: numeric properties of Nl characters in the UCD

From: John Cowan (
Date: Tue Nov 25 2003 - 21:24:17 EST

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    Doug Ewell scripsit:

    > All the Roman numerals I can find in the standard, except U+2183 ROMAN
    > NUMERAL REVERSED ONE HUNDRED, have a value in the "numeric value" field.
    > (Perhaps the actual numeric value of U+2183 is not known.)

    It has no definite numeric value. The notation CI), where ) means U+2183,
    means 1000, CV) means 5000, etc. etc.

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