Didn't understand the answer to the following question in http://www.unicode.org/faq/casemap_charprop.html
"Why is there no unique uppercase character for ſ — U+017F LATIN SMALL LETTER LONG S (and about one hundred other characters)?
A: There are over 100 lowercase letters in the Unicode Standard that have no direct uppercase equivalent. For example, the uppercase form for long s is an ordinary capital S. ..."
When I look at the UnicodeData.txt file for the character U+017F, I see that the character U+0243 is the Uppercase Mapping for the character U+017F, which is not the ordinary capital S. Could you explain this discrepancy ?Edit : the Uppercase Mapping to U+017F is U+0053 and it is correct. Sorry for that. But the next question is still valid.
"Why is there no unique uppercase character for ſ — U+017F LATIN SMALL LETTER LONG S?"
Does that mean that the character U+017F has more than one uppercase character ?