Edward Burke asked:
>1. An upsidedown circumflex.
In ISO this is called the CARON. In Czech it is called ha/c<ek.
>2. The accent similar to the above, but with a curved bottom - as can
> be found in Czech, Serbo-Croatian and Turkish.
CARON is used in Czech and Croatian. (It is not used in Serbian, which
writes in Cyrillic.) The BREVE is used in Turkish.
>3. The double *acute* as found in Hungarian.
In ISO this is called the DOUBLE ACUTE.
>4. The open round *bullet* as found in Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish.
In ISO this is called a RING. It is not used in native Finnish words.
>5. The solid *bullet* as can be found in Turkish and Polish.
In ISO this is called a DOT.
///Peter Flynn said:
>You can find the names (but of course not the graphics) of pretty much
>most accents in the ISO character sets (FTP from www.ucc.ie in
>pub/sgml, all the files beginning ISO*).
If you go to my Everson Mono pages you can see lots of glyphs. No names
just yet, but soon. :-)
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