Why is there no Unicode Italic H?

By: | Post date: 2016-12-07 | Comments: No Comments
Posted in categories: Other Languages, Writing Systems

Because it was already created elsewhere, as U+210E PLANCK CONSTANT ℎ. Unicode will not differentiate between the symbol for the Planck Constant, and a mathematical italicised lowercase h (which is what the Planck Constant is).

Every character has a story #20: U+210e (PLANCK CONSTANT)

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