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Unicode also has a dotless variant, ȷ U+0237.
In Unicode, a duplicate of 'J' for use as a special phonetic character in historical linguistics is encoded in the Greek script block as ϳ Unicode U+03F3.
An uppercase version of this letter was added to the Unicode Standard at U+037F with the release of version 7.
Because of this standard, the letter was chosen to be used in the as the phonetic symbol for the sound.
Notable exceptions are , and to a lesser degree.
A distinctive usage emerged in.
It is, however, quite common in proper nouns, especially personal names.