Symbol for “care of” (c/o)

Is there a c/o symbol in LaTex for writing an address? I have looked in the Comprehensive latex symbol list but couldn't find one.

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I do not think there is such a symbol, doesn people just write c/o? – daleif Mar 7 '11 at 13:08
DeTeXify doesn't know it :-( – Martin Scharrer Mar 7 '11 at 13:15
It’s in unicode, however: ℅ – Debilski Mar 7 '11 at 13:23
@daleif: Actually, when you write 'c/o' in any word processor (MS Word, OpenOffice, Google Docs) it is typeset beautifully, that's why I thought there might be a symbol for that in LaTeX too. – Dronacharya Mar 7 '11 at 13:59
On page 67 of the symbols list it says: nicefrac (part of the units package) or the newer xfrac package can be used to construct vulgar fractions like \1/2", \1/4", \3/4", and even \c/o" (like @kahens solution I guess) – meep.meep Mar 7 '11 at 14:02

Probably quick and dirty: ${^c\!/\!_o}$ Jim Jones

EDIT: Included input from Tobi's comment: $\mathrm{{^c\!/\!_o}}$ Jim Jones produces

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Very dirty ;-) I’d at least add \mathrm to make c and o non-italic … – Tobi Apr 10 '12 at 13:33
\documentclass[a5paper]{article}
\newcommand{\co}{%
\leavevmode
\begingroup
\setbox 2 = \hbox {\small c}%
\setbox 0 = \hbox {/}%
\dimen 0 = \ht 0  \advance \dimen 0 by -\ht 2
\raise \dimen 0 \box 2
\kern -0.3333\wd0/\kern -0.3333\wd 0
\lower \dp 0 \hbox {\small o}%
\endgroup
}
\begin{document}
\co\space Mr. Bean
\end{document}


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