Turkish Lira Sign of the Times

If you have the Turkish Lira symbol somewhere within your application (and, hey, who doesn’t?), be advised there’s a new symbol in town:

Turkey on Thursday introduced a new symbol for the national currency.

The symbol–a double-crossed, T-shaped anchor–is intended to mean “safe harbor” says Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The upward-facing crosses symbolize Turkey’s growing economic clout, he added.

I haven’t been able to find out how this will impact computer codes/symbols yet, but some of us need to consider the implications.

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