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Re(2): Euro currency sign

From: <Iain.URQUHART@LUX.DG13.cec.be>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 13:56:53 +0200
Cc: Carrasco Benitez Manuel <manuel.carrasco@emea.eudra.org>, <www-international@w3.org>, "'Patrice.HUSSON@bxl.dg13.cec.be'" <Patrice.HUSSON@BXL.DG13.cec.be>
Message-ID: <WIN2363-971015115653-46E3*/G=Iain/S=URQUHART/OU=LUX/O=DG13/PRMD=CEC/ADMD=RTT/C=BE/@MHS>
> Dream on.
> Replacing the vertical bar would be an IT disaster to make the
> year 2000 look nice.
I agree. Let's take '$' instead.

Seriously, banks commonly use standard alphabetic codes to represent currencies, BEF, GBP, DEM and so on. Why can't the Euro just do this in non Unicode environments? 

Iain Urquhart      
Received on Wednesday, 15 October 1997 08:00:46 GMT

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