Date: Wed Jan 28 2004 - 18:34:04 EST
Mark E. Shoulson scripsit:
> I was playing around with making my very own IPA keyboard, and I
> discovered to my surprise that Unicode has no Latin Small Theta (for
> IPA). We have LATIN SMALL LETTER ALPHA (U+0251), LATIN SMALL LETTER
> GAMMA (U+0263), LATIN SMALL LETTER EPSILON (U+052B, though that's its
> old name), LATIN SMALL LETTER IOTA (U+0269), LATIN SMALL LETTER UPSILON
> (U+028A), LATIN SMALL LETTER PHI (U+0278), but no Latin Theta or Beta
> (bilabial fricative). That can't be right.
for Nick's nuanced view of the situation.
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