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Hi!

Just a short question to specialists of Ancient Greek: I noticed that
in Unicode, the codepoints for all capital upsilons with psili where
left <reserved> (U+1Fxx range, e.g. missing: U+1F58, U+1F5A, U+1F5C,
U+1F4E):

    http://unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1F00.pdf

Is there no such thing in Greek?  Why not?

I mean, the small upsilons with psili do have single codepoints in
Unicode, so you could write a headline in all-caps and there is your
capital version of the thing that has no single codepoint.  Well,
maybe the Greek didn't do all-caps headlines either. :-)

Bye,
  Henrik