Talk:Unicode symbols

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Formatted from post —Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.18.76.220 (talkcontribs) 19:10, 8 November 2008

What is a 'Unicode symbol'?[edit]

I have read nott about a Unicode symbol in Unicode http://unicode.org/] or other sources. I think "Unicode symbols" is not defined, and is even misleading (as if Unicode created symbols?). If the title is not based, we'd better to move it to Symbols in Unicode. -DePiep (talk) 08:08, 15 March 2014 (UTC)

Reference #2 does not seem accurate.[edit]

The statement, "Unicode Standard 5.0; Chapter 12 (p302)" seems to point to the wrong chapter and incorrect page of the document stated. Is the citation from a different version?

The page number appears to point to chapter 9 in the online edition of version 5.0:

From unicode.org: http://www.unicode.org/versions/Unicode5.0.0/ch09.pdf#G12281

Chapter 12 of that version, doesn't deal with electronic symbols. It deals with East Asian scripts.

The subject of the citation appears to be, "For example, the typical two-dimensional arrangement of electronic diagram symbols justifies their exclusion."

If the citation is correct, it should clarify whether it references the hardcover or digital version?

Stevem995 (talk) 00:34, 29 October 2015 (UTC)

The link you provide (version 5.0) has title: "Chapter 9, East Asian Scripts-I", and has (book-)pagenumbers 295 and up. [1].
To cut things short (insted of digging in previous situations)), we better use a source from current version 8.0. Chapter 22 is "Symbols" [2]. The quote (altered after version 5) "intended for two-dimensional diagrammatic use, such as most symbols for electronic circuits" appears on page 36/59-pdf (783 print).
I suggest we use this source instead of any older one. -DePiep (talk) 11:28, 30 October 2015 (UTC)