From: Charles (email@example.com)
Date: Sun May 22 2005 - 11:04:54 CDT
Adam Twardoch asked:
> where is the character U+01B5/01B6 (letter Z/z with stroke) used?
> In Polish, a glyph like that is used as a stylistic variant/alternate
> rendition of z with dot above (U+017B/017C), but not as a separate
> character. In what context is it used as a separate character?
The website http://www.writingsystems.net/ lists a number of languages, such
as Abazin, where these characters appear to have been in use in the former
Soviet Union in the 1920s and 30s - along with a host of other obsolete
exotic characters that have never made it into Unicode.
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