Is there a convention for typing the 匕-like iteration symbol seen here (several times near the center of the page, excluding the header)?
This is one of five iteration symbols I've come across in Hokkien & Taiwanese texts. The others are:
〻 (dedicated Unicode node, but the representation in some fonts leaves much to be desired)
It seems that the other four symbols have Unicode representation. Only the 匕-like one — typically more like ヒ — doesn't seem to. (Is that because it's regional? Does anybody know if it occurs outside the Hokkien-Teochew or Formosa Strait region?) Did it evolve from (卑履切) 匕?