What are the Unicode symbols that most closely relate to the symbols used in entity-relationship diagrams, such as the ones in the screenshot of the OP here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1755591/many-to-many-relationships-with-additional-data-on-the-relationship?
When displaying data, I want to prefix a Unicode representation of entity-relationship that its table represents.
one" entity relationship uses symbols that look almost like "
⧺" , respectively, but...
- the actual
manysymbol, like in the screenshot and in some database books, has an extra glyph that looks like a strikethrough of the ">" symbol, almost like
->, but with the
-attached to the
>like a 3rd prong, not separated like it is here
- The actual
onesymbol appears to be the
⧺(U+29fa = Double Plus) character, which I found while writing this post, but I do not know if this is the actual correct symbol, but it looks very close to it. Close enough, I guess.
I've gleaned through several Unicode charts, like this one for the
many symbol, but have not found it.