Re: New Currency sign in Unicode

From: Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin (
Date: Thu Apr 01 2004 - 09:43:54 EST

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    On 2004.04.01, 11:37, <> wrote:

    > cent sign (¢) except that the cedi sign is bigger, sort of the
    > capital form of the cent sign.
    > Does anyone know if there is a similar sign in Unicode?

    It is surely composable as U+0043 U+20D2, though the example of
    similarly composable U+0E3F : THAI CURRENCY SYMBOL BAHT points to the
    desirableness of adding the cedi sign to the Standard as a standalone

    (I recall a discussion in this list about the Stratigraphy symbol for
    the Cambric period, also composable with the same base char, the
    letter "C", this time as U+0043 U+0336.)

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