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> As far as I know, that Polish zloty uses Zl (where the l is crossed) as a
> local symbol. This is nothing special, because the crossed l is part of
> the Polish alphabet.

Yes, that's the case. Still there is a question of Polish official/legal
standards for things like charsets etc; it may be a little different
than things we're used to do/use, as things sometimes are with official
documents :) With a bit of shame I have to admit I don't know much
about the official side of this problem :(

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Leszek.

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