superscripts & subscripts for science/mathematics?
David Melik via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Sun Jan 21 00:14:15 CST 2018
I don't know if this was discussed, but it'd help
scientists/mathematicians if all Greek and Hebrew were available as
superscript & subscript. Mathematicians use certain such letters in
standard notation of important expressions/formulae (superscript π in
Euler's Identity, subscript base π, superscript א in cardinality of real
numbers, etc.)... actually we use all Greek letters, and since a few
Hebrew (since 1800s) have standard mathematical meanings, more are used
for variables. After any such alphabets' letters are used, the rest are
considered normal/standard to use in standard script, superscript, and
subscript, for any educational usage, and future standard notation.
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