• Re: I want an h-bar!!!

    From chinmaya.sr@chinmaya.sr@embibe.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Mon May 18 04:19:39 2020
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    On Monday, December 10, 1990 at 9:25:02 AM UTC+5:30, Dan Gezelter wrote:
    Hi there!
    A lot of the things I write need to have an h-bar symbol:

    h-bar = Planck's constant/(2 Pi) for non-quantum people.

    Symbol font doesn't seem to have that particular symbol, nor do any other fonts that I have seen. I have created one in my MS Word glossary, but it looks absolutely nothing like an h-bar, and I'd really like to start working on my thesis. Does anyone know of any font that does h-bar's, and if so, where can I get a copy of it?


    <p><math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML"><mi>&#295;</mi></math></p>

    Thanks in advance,
    --Dan

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  • From Lewis@g.kreme@gmail.com.dontsendmecopies to comp.sys.mac.apps on Mon May 18 12:48:59 2020
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    In message <550ef825-0f05-4d1e-9c1b-17026b530cb5@googlegroups.com> chinmaya.sr@embibe.com <chinmaya.sr@embibe.com> wrote:
    On Monday, December 10, 1990 at 9:25:02 AM UTC+5:30, Dan Gezelter wrote:
    Hi there!
    A lot of the things I write need to have an h-bar symbol:

    It is a UTF-8 code point, U+0127.

    ħ
    LATIN SMALL LETTER H WITH STROKE
    Unicode: U+0127, UTF-8: C4 A7

    Reduced Plank's constant is usually style as an italic, but I can't do
    that in a USENET post.

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