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On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 7:26 PM, M Henri Day <mhenriday@gmail.com> wrote:

Bernhard, you must have missed my most recent reply to Christian above. My
error was *not* in attempting to «reconvert» a hexadecimal representation to
yet another hexadecimal,

Yes, you did...

but rather in simply mistaking a decimal
representation (2204, which represents the same number as the hexdecimal

No - your mistake is to mistake 2204 as decimal.

089c), found as I explicitly noted, on p 1 of the Unicode table, as being
that of the Unicode glyph (∄) in question, whereas it codes for an entirely
different glyph.

But 2204 /is/ the (hex)representation of ∄

∄ = 2204₁₆ (hex) = 8708₁₀ (decimal)

but well, I guess that's clear now, I don't really know why I did
reply... Sorry for the noise.

ciao
Christian

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