From: Cristian Secarã (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jul 04 2004 - 13:50:30 CDT
According to Michael Everson's site, "The Alphabets of Europe" page,
the French .pdf, character Ã± and Ã‘ (Latin small / capital letter N
with tilde) is used by the French alphabet.
I looked at different other sources and found no other mention about
this character as being used for French language (however, my search
was not exhaustive).
The standard ISO/IEC 8859-16 claims coverage of the French language,
but character Ã± and Ã‘ is not part of ISO/IEC 8859-16.
Should I understand that this charactere was only used in "old" French ?
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