"G. Adam Stanislav" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> The summum is reached by TM.
> It was part of a pre-existing encoding (ISO 8859-1). And it is not a
> symbol created by an individual company.
U+2122 TRADE MARK SIGN is not encoded in ISO 8859-1, nor any other part
of ISO 8859-1. It is widely encoded in vendor character sets, though.
Windows character sets place it at 0x99.
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