Is the standard entity 𝔰 (contained in the ISOMFRK set)
standing for a fraktur long s (looking like f without crossbar)
or for a fraktur short s?
The majority of my printed and web references tend to short s,
but the ISO technical report (ISO/IEC TR 9573-13:1991) prints
a long s. Unfortunately, the technical report gives no AFII glyph
reference to pin the question down.
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