From: Asmus Freytag (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 02 2004 - 12:57:08 EST
At 09:37 AM 4/1/2004, you wrote:
> > The cedi sign should be of the size of the dollar sign ($) or the euro
> > (EUR). The site you provided is using the cent sign. The Ghana web site
> uses a
> > better version of the cent sign for the cedi. See
> > http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/economy/market.prices.php.
>That web site shows a small cent sign when I view it, not a large one.
>I.e, see attached image. It just uses the "cent sign" character. The size
>will depend on your font.
Unfortunately in case of any proposed characters, web-sites can be used as
evidence only in a very limited way.
If a character doesn't exist in Unicode, it can only be used as image or
via special font, therefore, unless a document is found that uses an image
or special font, the web can only show a fallback representation. So what
we learn from this site, is -unsurprisingly- that the cent sign can be used
as a fallback.
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