From: Julian Bradfield (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Dec 13 2008 - 14:50:43 CST
On 2008-12-13, David Starner <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 13, 2008 at 8:01 AM, David Melik <dchmelik@.com> wrote:
>> Logicians and mathematicians use backwards epsilon--omitted in unicode.
> It's probably a good character, if it isn't in there somewhere.
Of course, it is in there. Logicians and mathematicians rarely, if
ever, use a backward epsilon, but they frequently use a reversed
"element of" symbol (derived from, but now quite separate from,
epsilon). The reversed "element of" is ∋ U+220B, a couple of slots along
from "element of" (∈ U+2208). Reversed forms of both epsilons are in,
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