Symbol for an upside down capital L, pointing to the right?
verdy_p at wanadoo.fr
Mon Jan 4 05:31:23 CST 2016
May be because in this document, it is a measurement of time in seconds,
and related to the letter T/Tau, rather than G/Gamma.
So the idea of the Tyronian Et is not so stupid, even if the glyph used by
the printer is higher than expected (and most probably borrowed from
another font, possibly using it for the digit 7).
2016-01-04 9:06 GMT+01:00 "Jörg Knappen" <jknappen at web.de>:
> Err... in what respect would this symbol be different from a CAPITAL GREEK
> LETTER GAMMA?
> --Jörg Knappen
> *Gesendet:* Freitag, 25. Dezember 2015 um 14:43 Uhr
> *Von:* "Costello, Roger L." <costello at mitre.org>
> *An:* "unicode at unicode.org" <unicode at unicode.org>
> *Betreff:* Symbol for an upside down capital L, pointing to the right?
> Hi Folks,
> Here is the upside down capital L, pointing to the left:
> ⅂ - TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L (U+2142)
> Is there a symbol for an upside down capital L, pointing to the right?
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