**From:** Robert Abel (*freakrob@googlemail.com*)

**Date:** Wed Jun 09 2010 - 13:19:47 CDT

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On 2010/06/09 14:59, Doug Ewell wrote:

*> Can anyone point me to some *real-world* examples of mathematics text
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*> encoded in Unicode, including (especially) the Mathematical
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*> Alphanumeric Symbols starting at U+1D400?
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What is *real-world* supposed to mean in this context? Are we talking

about printed matters, or just online matters outside of special

interest groups?

I know Wikimedia wikis have an option to convert math expressions to

"HTML" and this will use characters such as √ for me. I don't know if

they use the U+1D400 range though.

Robert

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