From: N. Ganesan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 15 2010 - 10:26:54 CDT
On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 7:22 AM, Kent Karlsson
> Den 2010-07-15 11.54, skrev "N. Ganesan" <email@example.com>:
>> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 4:08 AM, Dr Pavanaja <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> 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".)
This symbol misses a horizontal stroke, hence it's incomplete.
The correct symbol (eventually we can see it in Unicode charts)
is given in BBC and NY Times:
> 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...
> /Kent K
>> Hope it gets into the Unicode soon
>> like $ etc.,
>> N. Ganesan
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