Unicode's greek lambda

Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH allbery at ece.cmu.edu
Sat Nov 22 18:34:23 EST 2008

On 2008 Nov 22, at 12:12, Colin Paul Adams wrote:
>>>>>> "Arnar" == Arnar Birgisson <arnarbi at gmail.com> writes:
>    Arnar> To clarify - most of modern fonts do in deed have
>    Arnar> latin-greek-cyrillic (including the U+03BB lambda), but I
>    Arnar> was referring to the specific math symbols such as the
>    Arnar> U+1D6CC bold lam(b)da, which reside in the Supplementary
>    Arnar> Multilingual Plane (SMP). Those are indeed not present in
>    Arnar> my fonts, including Lucida Math and Adobe Mathematical Pi).
> David> On windows there's cambria math (unfortunately with a  
> restrictive
> licence that restricts it to that platform, though you can get it for
> free by getting (for example) the free powerpoint viewer from  
> microsoft)
> for a free font with a full range of characters best bet is stix font
> which has been 10 years in the making and is currently between beta  
> and

http://dejavu.sourceforge.net/ works for me.

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electrical and computer engineering, carnegie mellon university    KF8NH

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