List of Precomposed Latin Characters in Unicode

List Of Precomposed Latin Characters In Unicode

This is the list of all precomposed Latin characters in Unicode. Unicode typefaces (e.g. Fixedsys Excelsior) may be needed for these to display correctly.

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... long s ſ ſt ſt apostrophe n ʼn A collection of precomposed Latin characters (mostly abbreviations of units of measurement) is also included in the CJK Compatibility section ... alphanumeric abbreviations are also featured in Unicode ...

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