Mathematical Pi & Unicode

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What Unicode code points are covered by the font Mathematical Pi? Would you help answer http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13188587 as to how to map its customary codes like H11001 to Unicode like U+002B? -- minopret

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Adobe Employee , Nov 12, 2012 Nov 12, 2012

I could be wrong, but I don't think there's an official correspondence table.

Using the six Type 1 fonts and the OpenType font that was made out of them, I've assembled two PDFs which show all the glyphs. Next to them are the glyph names (for the Type 1 fonts) and the Unicode value(s) (for the OpenType font). If you cross reference these two PDFs, you should be able to assemble the correlation list you're looking for.

Mathematical Pi

Hope this helps.

Miguel

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I could be wrong, but I don't think there's an official correspondence table.

Using the six Type 1 fonts and the OpenType font that was made out of them, I've assembled two PDFs which show all the glyphs. Next to them are the glyph names (for the Type 1 fonts) and the Unicode value(s) (for the OpenType font). If you cross reference these two PDFs, you should be able to assemble the correlation list you're looking for.

Mathematical Pi

Hope this helps.

Miguel

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