From: Daniel Bonniot (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 16 2009 - 19:22:08 CST
The current unicode standards contains some superscript punctuation
and mathematical symbols, in
http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2070.pdf . However, it does not
contain "SUPERSCRIPT COMMA". This would be useful for representing
some technical text, for instance some chemical names. See this page:
http://www.chem.qmul.ac.uk/iupac/vonBaeyer/vb6.html the text starting
with '126.96.36.199' below the first picture. For the '2,6' part, the numbers
can be displayed as superscript numbers, but not the coma. As far as I
know this would be the only character missing to properly represent
all chemical names (which is part of my work).
Did I miss a correct way to represent this text? Or is there a chance
superscript comma could be added to a future version?
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