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There is a symbol for the sharp sign in unicode: ♯
I am unsure how wise it might be to convert this page to use this character instead of a superscript # (octothorpe)
- Not everyone can see Unicode characters. This is why we do not use Unicode unless absolutely necessary. Dysprosia 07:27, 15 Jul 2004 (UTC)
"The canonical way"
- Good question, or really, good catch. Strictly speaking there is no single canonical way — there are lots of inessentially different codings. Should be reworded; not going to tackle it right now. Feel free to take a crack at it if you like. --Trovatore (talk) 06:34, 31 August 2009 (UTC)