Re: U+00B0 vs. U+00BA (was: 'Re: How to encode abbreviations')

From: Kent Karlsson (kentk@cs.chalmers.se)
Date: Mon Apr 03 2006 - 05:40:13 CST

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    Antoine Leca wrote:
    > And I guess you might have a similar negociation with the Spanish
    > subsidiaries, this time with the native arguing that you MUST use U+00BA
    > U+0043 for Celsius measures (I know the international symbol is plain C),

    A plain C stands for the unit coulomb, defined as As. Therefore the
    Celcius unit is written with a degree symbol (C); though Kelvin is not,
    that is written with just a plain K (don't use the KELVIN SYMBOL character,
    there is no reason to, nor to use the DEGREE CELCIUS character).

        /kent k



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