From: Jonathan Rosenne (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 22 2007 - 13:03:51 CDT
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> Subject: 026 keypunch
> I was looking at "UnicodeData.txt", in hope of finding some
> of the queer characters used for the IBM 1400s, 7090, 7040,
> and such, group mark, record mark, numeric blank, ....
> Nothing matches. Are they there?
> Although these were controls, there were graphics, too, for
> them. The record-mark looked like a sanserif double-dagger,
> and more symmetrical. Another was made of a long stroke
> crossed by three short strokes, and a third of a "b" with a
> stroke across its stem--the like of this had often been among
> the marks used for a blank space when it was important to
> show howmany there were in a character-string. One was made
> of two curved strokes meetind at a point in the middle.
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