[texhax] h-cross in plain TeX?

D. R. Evans doc.evans at gmail.com
Tue Mar 16 04:25:37 CET 2010

In plain TeX, what is the preferred method for obtaining the glyph for the
math italic h-cross (the unicode character U+210F, as rather nicely
rendered at

Plain TeX has an \hbar in which the "h" part of the glyph is nice, but the
stroke is horizontal instead of slanted lower left to upper right. [See
page 435 of the TeXBook.]

I googled, but much to my surprise couldn't find anything :-(


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