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Indian Rupees Symbol In samrtform

How to print new Indian Rupees Symbol In samrtform , which recently comes from RBI,

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Edited by: kishan P on Oct 12, 2010 7:17 AM

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 12:49 AM

    Hello,

    Please check the SAP note 1503523 for your problem.

    A summary of the content is given below:

    -The Unicode Consortium plans to encode INDIAN RUPEE SIGN on code

    point U+20B9. It is planned that this encoding decision is formally

    released on October 11th with Unicode 6.0.

    - We recommend to postpone usage of the new character INDIAN RUPEE

    SIGN until the character and its code point have been formally

    released with Unicode standard 6.0.

    - When you decide to use INDIAN RUPEE SIGN before it is formally

    released, make sure, that your input methods and fonts use the code

    point U+20B9 for the INDIAN RUPEE SIGN and that the official layout of

    the INDIAN RUPEE SIGN is used.

    - Using a different code point for the INDIAN RUPEE SIGN will cause

    future problems with data consistency, data communication and

    searching. Especially code point U+20A8 RUPEE SIGN may not be reused

    for the INDIAN RUPEE SIGN since the technical behaviour of the to

    characters is different.

    - SAP currently does not provide input methods or fonts which cover

    the INDIAN RUPEE SIGN nor has any suggestions, which input methods or

    fonts can be used.

    - INDIAN RUPEE SIGN cannot be used in Non-Unicode SAP systems.

    Regards,

    David

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