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Number Forms

In the Unicode Standard v. 5.1, this range has 54 characters, comprising a number of vulgar fractions and Roman numerals. As a rule, we recommend that Roman numerals should be encoded using the ordinary characters I, V, X, L, C and D. The five numerals selected here are combinations of ‘C’ and/or ‘D’ outside the ordinary alphabet, and the reversed ‘C’, which could be used as a Roman numeral as well as an abbreviation sign for ‘con’, and a Claudian letter. Note that two superscript Roman numerals have been added in the Private Use Area, subrange 11 (pp. 136–37 below).

Glyph EntityNumericCodepoint ChartDescriptionVersion Andron
2180&romnumCDlig;ↀ2180NumbFoROMAN NUMERAL ONE THOUSAND C DUni.: 5.1
MUFI: 3.0
2181&romnumDDlig;ↁ2181NumbFoROMAN NUMERAL FIVE THOUSANDUni.: 5.1
MUFI: 3.0
2182&romnumDDdbllig;ↂ2182NumbFoROMAN NUMERAL TEN THOUSANDUni.: 5.1
MUFI: 3.0
2183&romnumCrev;Ↄ2183NumbFoROMAN NUMERAL REVERSED ONE HUNDREDUni.: 5.1
MUFI: 3.0
LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN CAPITAL CON — This character can also be used for the capital form of the abbreviation sign ‘con’ and as a Claudian letter, antisigma. In this usage, it has a corresponding small form. Both have been listed among the variant forms of ‘C’ in (1) Alphabetical characters; it is described there as LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN CAPITAL CON (&CONbase;).
2184&conbase;ↄ2184NumbFoLATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SMALL CONUni.: 5.1
MUFI: 3.0
LATIN ABBREVIATION SIGN SMALL CON — The majuscule letter, which is called ROMAN NUMERAL REVERSED ONE HUNDRED in the Unicode Standard v. 5.1, can also be used as a Claudian letter, antisigma. The minuscule letter is called LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED C in the Unicode Standard v. 5.1 and was added for reasons of case pairing.
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