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Private Use Area 11: Additional number forms

Numbers are well covered in the Unicode Standard. The originally Arabic numbers 0–9 are part of the range Basic Latin (p. 16 above), and superscript and subscript numbers are located in the range Superscripts and subscripts (pp. 65–66 above), while Roman numerals are found in the range Number forms (pp. 68–69 above). The present subrange contains a small zero sign used for illegible characters and the three superscript Roman numerals I, V and X. The characters ‘j’, ‘v’ and ‘x’ with a bar across were often used as numerals for 1⁄2, 41⁄2 and 91⁄2 respectively. In v. 5.0 of the Unicode Standard, ‘j’ with a bar across was added to Latin Extended-B (p. 39 above). The latter two characters are not in the Standard and have been listed in subrange 5 (p. 114 above). Finally, Roman numerals are often supplied with a raised ‘o’ as a morphological complement, e.g. ‘mo’ for millesimo or ‘co’ for centissimo. When the small ‘o’ appears in a raised position immediately after the numeral, we recommend using 00BA MASCULINE ORDINAL INDICATOR in Latin-1 Supplement (p. 24), because this is a spacing character. When the ‘o’ appears in superscript position, e.g. mo or co, 0366 COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER O in Combining Diacritical Marks (p. 46) should be used.

Glyph EntityNumericCodepoint ChartDescriptionVersion Andron
F1BD&smallzero;F1BDPUA-11SMALL BASE LINE ZERO SIGNUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
This sign is commonly used in editions to indicate illegible characters. It has the same shape as the digit ‘0’, but is only of ‘x’ height: ‘x  x’.
F1BE&Vmod;F1BEPUA-11MODIFIER CAPITAL LETTER VUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
F1BF&Xmod;F1BFPUA-11MODIFIER CAPITAL LETTER XUni.:
MUFI: 3.0
The three raised Roman numerals I, V and X are used by Ordbog over det norrøne prosasprog in rendering manuscript signatures. The rst of these can be encoded with 1D35 MODIFIER CAPITAL LETTER I in Phonetic Extensions (see p. 46 above), the second with 2C7D MODIFIER LETTER CAPITAL V in Latin Extended-C (see p. 72 above), while the last one has been added here.
F2FE&Cnumbar;F2FEPUA-11ROMAN NUMERAL CAPITAL C WITH TWO BARSUni.:
MUFI: 4.0 auto
F2FF&cnumbar;F2FFPUA-11ROMAN NUMERAL SMALL C WITH TWO BARSUni.:
MUFI: 4.0 auto
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