Here in Spain it is more usual 40 bis, 40 dup, 40-2, 40b/c/d... but seeing this scheme I understand the "platform 8 1/2" in Harry Potter.
I would tag address number without special chars. I don't know wich set of ascii does the government use in your country. In mine, the abbreviation for "street" passed from "c/" to "CL" with the popularization of computers in the government (despite of 7-bit ASCII having a sign for "/"). El 12/3/2018 17:04, "Vladimír Slávik" <slavik.vladi...@seznam.cz> escribió: > Technical: Unicode will be hard to manipulate by hand without a table of > characters/symbols to copy from. Subsequent editors or users down the chain > of tools will break it. Most prominently, search may break, because users > will not know how to input 1/2. (Oh look, I just didn't, either...). > > Is it common to have more complicated fractions? Here we append letters to > do the same, and I have seen places where they had to go all the way to "h" > - which would be 1/8 for you? Or 8/8? Does unicode even have 8/8? I haven't > been able to find a decisive answer. > ---------- Původní e-mail ---------- > Od: James <james2...@gmail.com> > Komu: Tag discussion, strategy and related tools < > email@example.com> > Datum: 12. 3. 2018 16:46:40 > Předmět: [Tagging] Tagging fraction house numbers? > > https://i.imgur.com/eigT5hX_d.jpg?maxwidth=640&shape=thumb&fidelity=medium > > How should this be tagged in housenumber? Using unicode ( ½ ) or ASCII( > 1/2 )? > > _______________________________________________ > Tagging mailing list > Tagging@openstreetmap.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/tagging > > > _______________________________________________ > Tagging mailing list > Tagging@openstreetmap.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/tagging > >
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