Tilde (was: Unicode education in UK Schools)

Jonathan Rosenne via Unicode unicode at unicode.org
Sat Jul 8 07:50:24 CDT 2017


To be precise, this is the COMBINING TILDE not the character TILDE (U+007E).

Best Regards,

Jonathan Rosenne

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From: Unicode [mailto:unicode-bounces at unicode.org] On Behalf Of Otto Stolz via Unicode
Sent: Saturday, July 08, 2017 1:33 PM
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Subject: Tilde (was: Unicode education in UK Schools)


am 2017-07-07 um 17:14 Uhr hat William_J_G Overington geschrieben:

> I found that the character a tilde as I now know it to be called is only used in Portuguese.

Just for the record:

“Ô is used in Portuguese, Kashubian;

“Ñ” is used in Galician, Spanish, Mirandese, Catalan (only for Spanish loan words), even English (for Spanish loan words), Breton (in Peurunvan spelling), Basque; “Õ” is used in Estonian, Livonian (extinct since 2013); “Ȭ” is used in Livonian; “Ũ” is used in Mirandese.

I have only considered European official, and regional, languages.



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