From: Jörg Knappen (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 20 2004 - 12:37:18 CDT
Doug Ewell schrieb:
> I'm not aware of any, but I see this U+20DD solution mentioned from time
> to time, as though it were a well-known alternative to encoding things
> like Warenzeichen or Gesch#tzte Sorte.
I see a precedent in Unicode to treat Copyright-like sign differently from
simple encircled letters:
Unicode takes precautions not to encode the same character twice.
Therefore, superscript digits 2 and 3 are absent from the superscript
block U+2070 ff.
However, the Block eclosed alphanumerics U+2460 ff includes encircled
capital latin letters C, P, and R in addition to the copyright-like sing
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