One says of a writing - mainly of the Alphabet S - that it is bicameral when it opposes two eye S of format (or “breakage”) - and sometimes of layout - different for each character. By opposition, a writing in which there does not exist such a opposition is described as Monocamérale .
The letters of a normal format are called and not marked tiny S , while the letters of a larger format, used in certain cases governed by the Orthotypographie, are the capital (not to be confused with capital ).
One counts, inter alia, with the number of these writings:
- the Latin alphabet;
- the Greek alphabet;
- the Cyrillic alphabet;
- the Alphabet géorgien;
- the Armenian alphabet.
Here, as illustration, the first seven letters in two breakages (initially capital then tiny) for the five quoted alphabets:
You should obtain a posting similar below to the image:
- Capital and capital;
- Use of the French capital letters;
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