How to write the Greek letter beta and the German letter eszett so that they look different enough?
I've seen variants of beta with the final arc ending on the vertical line and ones which have a break there. In eszett the break seems to be always present. Is that the easiest distinction to learn to apply consistently in handwriting? And if so, is it allowable (I know it's not hard science, but I'd like to know if, despite not widespread, it's attested in some fonts and people's handwriting and wouldn't raise many eyebrows) to cross the vertical line with the arc in beta?