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...should have added   ∄On 04/05/2011 11:12, Mike Hall wrote:Unicode Character 'THERE DOES NOT 
EXIST' (U+2204)
============================================================== easily found with a Google 
searchMikeOn 04/05/2011 11:07, Olivier Hallot wrote:HiThanks for the time to answer.The symbol is 
not in the wikipage indicated.It's an "∃ overlapped with /", or barred ∃, the negation of
        "exist" (∃).I wonder if this symbol can be added to Math, and if there is a
        code (unicode) for it.RegardsOlivierEm 04-05-2011 02:07, Steve Edmonds escreveu:On 
2011-05-04 16:47, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:Le 03/05/2011 21:26, Olivier Hallot a
            écrit :HiDoes anybody knows if in LO Math there si a way to
              represent themathematical symbol for "There is no", which is a barred
              flipped E?Is it difficult to add it to the "Elements" windows? If a
              bug is alreadyopen, and one of you knows it, can I get the number to
              track it?Thanks in advance.Hi Olivier,Is "a notin b" the answer you asked for ?Best 
regardsJBFIs it ∃! or ∉See caseunicode 
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          advise ifthe symbol is there.steve-- 
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