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From "Christopher R. Maden" <cr...@maden.org>
Subject Re: word wrap, hyphenation
Date Tue, 03 Nov 2009 15:27:28 GMT
Vincent Hennebert wrote:
> In your particular case though, you should not use the degree character
> as an abbreviation for number (which I guess it is). Looking on the web,
> the correct abbreviation seems to be ‘no’ or ‘no.’ [2]. In which case
> you wouldn’t have that line-breaking issue (you may still want to use
> non-breaking spaces to prevent line breaking between ‘no.’ and ‘16’
> though).

Indeed.  It should be the masculine ordinal, U+00BA, º.  Unicode also
has the numero sign, U+2116, №, which I prefer, though it looks odd in
some typefaces and may not be present in others.

Chris Maden, text nerd  <URL: http://crism.maden.org/ >
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