From: Denis Jacquerye (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 05 2007 - 09:08:22 CDT
Why doesn' the following have this approximate equivalent?
U+1D4E MODIFIER LETTER SMALL TURNED I;<sup>U+1D09 LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED I
Most characters in the superscript modifier letters (U+1D2C...U+1D5C)
in the Phonetic Extensions block or the Spacing Modifiers Letters have
approximate equivalents, such as
U+1D2E MODIFIER LETTER CAPITAL B with <super> U+0042 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B.
It's understandable that the two following do not have approximate
equivalents since there are only small capitals present.
U+1D2F MODIFIER LETTER CAPITAL BARRED B
U+1D3B MODIFIER LETTER CAPITAL REVERSED N
Denis Moyogo Jacquerye
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