Asmus Freytag <email@example.com> wrote:
> In the US, there are other symbols that would be needed, e.g. SM for
> 'service mark'. It seems that the user community is happy with using
> markup or rich text for the contexts where that is required - nobody
> has complained about an 'omission' in Unicode.
Nobody has complained because there is no omission. SM is encoded in
Unicode at U+2120.
BTW, an opportunity to correct my own error in this thread:
> 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.
That should have been "any other part of ISO 8859."
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