From: Kent Karlsson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jul 15 2010 - 07:22:36 CDT
Den 2010-07-15 11.54, skrev "N. Ganesan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 4:08 AM, Dr Pavanaja <email@example.com>
>> Now that Indian Rupee symbol has been finalised and accepted by the Indian
>> Parliament can it go into Unicode ver 6.0?
> For a look at the new sign for Indian Rupees:
That glyph is different from the others cited for this approved(?) symbol.
Separate enough not to be unifiable with the others... (Neither of these
look anything like any of the "finalists".)
Subheading says: "Currency becomes fifth in the world to have a distinct
identity". Hmm, silly me, I thought each currency (nearly 300 of them
worldwide, going by ISO currency codes) had a "distinct identity".
Even when just looking at currency symbols, then many of them are used for
more than one currency and even just counting the number of currency
symbols, there are a lot more than four already...
> Hope it gets into the Unicode soon
> like $ etc.,
> N. Ganesan
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