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Unicode halfwidth and fullwidth
Presently the article table lists only one Unicode representation each of the letters 'a' and 'A'. Actually, in Unicode there is more than one representation of lower-case 'a', and likewise more than one representation of upper-case 'A'. There are for example the Halfwidth and fullwidth forms from CJK languages.
- U+FF21 A vs U+0041 A
- U+FF41 ａ vs U+0061 a
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- ｔｈｅ ｑｕｉｃｋ ｂｒｏｗｎ ｆｏｘ ｊｕｍｐｓ ｏｖｅｒ ｔｈｅ ｌａｚｙ ｄｏｇ
See also Latin script in Unicode.
There is of course also the Greek upper-case Α (U+0391), however this is typically regarded as a distinct letter despite looking identical to A.