From: Frédéric Grosshans (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 17 2010 - 03:14:31 CST
>>> On the contrary, Unicode has, on occasion, deliberately encoded
>>> characters for which there was credible evidence of planned
>>> widespread future use.
>> Which ones, besides EURO SIGN?
> There were a plethora of math characters:
Under some circumstances, the future use doesn't need to be planned nor
If I'm not mistaken, U+2C65 LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH STROKE (â±¥) and U
+2C66 LATIN SMALL LETTER T WITH DIAGONAL STROKE (â±¦) have been encoded
only because of existing upper case and credible evidence of possible
future use (see n2942).
Pairing with another character can be seen as the main reason for U+2E18
INVERTED INTERROBANG (â¸˜) encoding. I do not think "planned widespread
future use" was ever credible â€½
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