Does unicode have a ee character like ꜳ (U+A733, latin aa)?

Either Google is no good with stuff under 3 letters, or it really doesn’t exist.

  • See here or here.
    – Raphael
    Jan 31, 2015 at 9:00
  • Sorry for posting in the wrong section... Last time I was in stackexchange I'd bet there was half of the sections today!
    – theL
    Jan 31, 2015 at 23:52

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No, there isn’t. The “ꜳ” was introduced by the “Proposal to add medievalist characters to the UCS.” No ee-counterpart was introduced in that proposal or in any other. I am not a french(?) speaker so I can't say if that makes sense.

Here are some pointers for helping you search for such a thing:

  • Look in Wikipedia, there is a good chance you will find a similar letter linking a relevant source (in case of ꜳ, the above document was linked on the french site).
  • Google the full name of the character, ꜳ is called "LATIN LETTER AA". Other Code points follow this schema too. Googling "LETTER EE" should do the trick.
  • Look in the same block. Similar characters are more likely to be near each other.
  • I had some trouble finding aa to begin with (found it in a huge unicode chart), so kept wondering if I just missed. Thanks for your time and help!
    – theL
    Jan 31, 2015 at 23:59

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