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ʼn or N-apostrophe is a Unicode codepoint formerly used in the Afrikaans language of South Africa. The codepoint is currently deprecated,<ref>Unicode: List of deprecated characters</ref> and the Unicode standard recommends that a sequence of an apostrophe followed by n be used instead,<ref>The Unicode Standard, chapter 7</ref> as the use of deprecated characters such as ʼn is “strongly discouraged”.<ref>http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr44/#Deprecation</ref>


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ʼn or N-apostrophe is a Unicode codepoint formerly used in the Afrikaans language of South Africa. The codepoint is currently deprecated,<ref>Unicode: List of deprecated characters</ref> and the Unicode standard recommends that a sequence of an apostrophe followed by n be used instead,<ref>The Unicode Standard, chapter 7</ref> as the use of deprecated characters such as ʼn is “strongly discouraged”.<ref>http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr44/#Deprecation</ref>


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