Date: Thu Sep 02 2004 - 19:26:30 CDT
> I am new on this list and I have a question about very special characters
> and the standard Unicode v4. I sought much the answer to this question
> at www.unicode.org but without success.
> Can somebody say to me if the characters of the 4 following standards ISO
> 5426 -2:1996, ISO 6861:1996, ISO 8957:1996 and ISO 10754:1996 are
> integrated in Unicode V4?
> In detail, they are the following standards :
> - ISO 5426-2: 1996 Information and documentation - Extension of the Latin
> alphabet coded character set for bibliographic information Interchange -
> Part 2: Latin characters used in minor European languages and obsolete
The minor European language characters and the binding marks are in Unicode I think. The obsolete typography (Latin abbreviation characters, also known as record type) are not. Michael Everson made a proposal some time ago but it did not progress. MUFI have private use area suggestions for these characters if you are interested in them.
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