I’m working on a reliable, machine-readable edition of the Jōyō kanji data, and this came up. Can you spot the difference between 𠮟 and 叱? Me neither. Let’s look at the reference image:
…Welp. The left one is a left-to-right stroke stopping at the end, in the model of 七 “seven”; the right one is right-to-left, sweeping at the end, as in 匕 “spoon / sitting person”. But, still. These government people are very through, to list these minor variant glyphs of the same character.
Except these are supposed to be different characters altogether.