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hi all,
I can't find an UNICODE char like T (superscript) of the transpose matrix: any idea?
Ok both in the Prime or in Character Map.

Thank you
Salvo
(06-01-2015 03:41 PM)salvomic Wrote: [ -> ]hi all,
I can't find an UNICODE char like T (superscript) of the transpose matrix: any idea?
Ok both in the Prime or in Character Map.

Thank you
Salvo

How about Unicode Character 'MODIFIER LETTER CAPITAL T' (U+1D40)?

Mᵀ
(06-02-2015 03:05 AM)Mark Hardman Wrote: [ -> ]How about Unicode Character 'MODIFIER LETTER CAPITAL T' (U+1D40)?

Mᵀ

it's good enough!
it's in Windows Char Map.

but I can't find it in the char set of the Prime: is it not there?
(06-02-2015 08:04 AM)salvomic Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-02-2015 03:05 AM)Mark Hardman Wrote: [ -> ]How about Unicode Character 'MODIFIER LETTER CAPITAL T' (U+1D40)?

Mᵀ

it's good enough!
it's in Windows Char Map.

but I can't find it in the char set of the Prime: is it not there?

Sorry, it is not implemented in the Prime. The Character utility jumps from #1D07 to #1E00. Issuing "PRINT(CHAR(7488))" returns the ubiquitous empty box placeholder.
(06-03-2015 01:06 AM)Mark Hardman Wrote: [ -> ]Sorry, it is not implemented in the Prime. The Character utility jumps from #1D07 to #1E00. Issuing "PRINT(CHAR(7488))" returns the ubiquitous empty box placeholder.

yes, I saw...
for now, in the Prime, I'm replacing it with lowercase cyrillic T..., better than nothing

thank you,
Salvo
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