Re: Punctuation character (inverted interrobang) proposed

From: Patrick Andries (
Date: Mon Sep 05 2005 - 20:01:00 CDT

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    John Hudson a écrit :

    > Michael Everson wrote:
    >>> The question, in this case, would be whether these communities use
    >>> the inverted interrobang...
    >> They *cannot* use it in Unicode.
    Well, there is always the PUA.

    >> They can use it in TeX, though, where it has been implemented.
    > So, do these communities use it in TeX? Patrick was presumably asking
    > whether they use it at all.

    Exactly. If they are used (by several authors), then they can
    legitimately be proposed for encoding. I always thought this was a
    simple litmus test, rather than reason by analogy and imagine how people
    could be using a rare (defunct ?) American invention in other cultures.

    P. A.

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