Re: 'lower case a' and 'script a' in unicode

From: vlad (
Date: Tue Mar 22 2005 - 16:19:52 CST

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    On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 21:39:34 +0100, Philippe Verdy <> wrote:
    > The distinction of these letters are made in some African languages too (But
    > is there such distinction in uppercase form in some language using this
    > letter, and is there a proposal to map such letter? What is the alternate
    > letter form of 'A' in that case: a 'A' with some hooks on the legs or on
    > some side of the horizontal stroke? a double horizontal stroke? a taller
    > M-height one-loop "script-a"? something else?).

    Doulos SIL has the capital in the private use area, at U+F208. Many of
    the other characters in its PUA have been proposed, but I'm not sure
    that this one has.

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