Unicode question

Hello,

I have tendency to use unicode strings for my simple units e.g. plt.xlabel(u"Concentration (# cm⁻³)")

Wondering if it is possible to subscript and/or superscript any character in unicode strings? In other words could the following be done via unicode only?

plt.title(r"N$_{ccn} = C s^k$")

Thanks.

Gökhan

I believe there's only a handful of characters available as sub/superscript in Unicode:

http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2070.pdf

Mike

Gökhan Sever wrote:

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Hello,

I have tendency to use unicode strings for my simple units e.g. plt.xlabel(u"Concentration (# cm⁻³)")

Wondering if it is possible to subscript and/or superscript any character in unicode strings? In other words could the following be done via unicode only?

plt.title(r"N$_{ccn} = C s^k$")

Thanks.
Gökhan
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