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Much of the punctuation and formatting (caps, italics) is like old French Braille:
as seen in the chart at right. In addition, the dash and ellipsis are both
values which were also reported by Unesco (1990) but could not be confirmed by Unesco (2013).
Unesco (1990) reports inner quotation marks ⠠⠀⠠ ‘...’, while the chart at right appears to show a highly unusual double point, ⠄⠄, for the apostrophe. Other sources, however, have the normal single point, ⠄.