From: Raymond Mercier (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 10 2009 - 16:08:15 CST
Kenneth Whistler writes
>I suggest we don't. That is just a silly idea, after the "Rs"
>U+20A8 RUPEE SIGN has been in the standard for 18 years.
It's a lot older than that. I have a volume of a journal dated 1902 with "Price Rs. 9-0 per annum", printed on the cover (note the italics).
In any case not every font has a good version : Times New Roman and Tahoma give Rp, not Rs. As far as I have checked only Doulos SIL and Arial Unicode have Rs.
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