RE: superscript decimal character

From: Tex Texin (
Date: Sat Oct 17 2009 - 19:15:46 CDT

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    Change the font to be superscript.
    From: [] On
    Behalf Of Adam Bruss
    Sent: Saturday, October 17, 2009 10:56 AM
    To: Michael D'Errico
    Subject: RE: superscript decimal character
    I'm doing this in a Windows Forms Datagridview control. The cells in this
    control display in basic text. It's for showing a list of variables and
    their expressions.

    From: Michael D'Errico []
    Sent: Sat 10/17/2009 10:28 AM
    To: Adam Bruss
    Subject: Re: superscript decimal character
    There is no superscript decimal point in Unicode 5.0. To find all of
    the superscript characters, you can search for "<super>" in the file

    The preferred way to do what you want is to use HTML, such as:


    or possibly using CSS.


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    Adam Bruss wrote:
    > Hello and thanks for unicode,
    > Is there a superscript decimal point character for  showing fractional
    > exponents as real numbers?
    > For example I'd like to show 0.5 all in superscript. I know how to get
    > the 0 and 5 superscripted but not the decimal point.
    > Thanks,
    > Adam Bruss
    > 11520 N. Port Washington Rd., Suite 201
    > Mequon, WI 53092
    > P: x104
    > F:
    > E: <>
    > <>

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