Each character set is shown as four column table.
The first column gives the entity name, these names are as used in previous versions of this report, and use the following abbreviation scheme:
l = left; r = right; u = up; d = down; h = horizontal; v= vertical;
b = back, reversed;
cu = curly;
cw = clock-wise; aw = anti clock-wise;
g = greater than; l = less than;
n = negated;
o = in circle;
s = small, short:
sq = square shaped;
thk = thick.;
x = extended, long, big;
ap = approx;
arr = arrow; har = harpoon;
pr = precedes; sc = succeeds;
sub = subset; sup = superset;
b = boxed;
f = filled, black, solid;
e = single equals; E = double equals;
hk = hook;
s = slant;
t = tail;
v = variant;
w = wavy, squiggly;
2 = two of;
Upper-case letter means "doubled" (or sometimes "two of").
The second column gives the code points of the corresponding character as 5 digit hexadecimal numbers, separated by "-".
The third column gives a sample glyph representation of the character.
The fourth column gives the name of the character in two forms, Firstly the entity description as used in previous editions of this report. secondly (in uppercase) The name of the character as given in Unicode and ISO/IEC 10646. In the case of combinations with combining characters or variant selectors, the name of the base character is given in uppercase, followed by an indication (in lower case) of the variant form.