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John Kaufmann wrote
On 2020-06-29 13:46, Philip Jackson wrote:

The special characters listed are font dependent. For example, the symbol
you are looking for is not shown under mathematical operators in the
'Liberation Serif' font but if you select 'Linux Biolinum O' font, you
will see it listed as hexadecimal U+226F or decimal 8815       ≯

Of course, you may not have Biolinum on your machine, but check under the
various fonts you do have.

Very nice, Philip. Do you know of a quick way to query which fonts in
system include a particular character (that is short of manually testing
each font)?

For Windows users, the freeware BabelMap utility (Andrew West's BabelStone
project) is helpful. Do this lookup from its Fonts -> 'Font Coverage...'

Project page is here:

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