Re: superscript π?

jk at jk at
Mon Aug 2 11:22:25 CDT 2021

On 2021-08-02 23:43, David Starner via Unicode wrote:
> Or a Chinese
> economics teacher 基^息? Even within Latin languages, natural characters
> have all sorts of diacritics on them, like ĉ, ĥ, and õ, with
> mathematics offering its own set. CJKV ideographs alone are the
> majority of Unicode characters, and with a billion Chinese speakers,
> I'll eat my hat if there aren't published examples of ideographs being
> used that way.

Fortunately there is no way to prove there are no such published cases 
in Chinese so you hat is safe, however mathematical formulas in Chinese 
are written using western conventions so use letters not characters for 

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