[Oberon] What does Char(hexA7) look like ?
Douglas G. Danforth
danforth at greenwoodfarm.com
Wed Dec 3 17:54:32 CET 2003
A7 => "§" (quotes not included)
You have this on the line below. I got it from BlackBox/Component
Pascal Character Set.
easlab at absamail.co.za wrote:
> Often I get text from the net (via email) which has an unrendered
> char. Via the Hex.Tool I've found that this character has value HexA7.
> My documentation re. 'full ISO 8859-1 table' shows:
> section sign § A7 § --> § § -->
> I want to update my renamed Oberon10.Scn.Fnt to render this
> char, but I don't know what it looks like.
> We should be able to see all ISO 8859-1 characters ?
> I've just wasted an hour copying a char(A7) [via fd0] to linux:netscape
> (I can't find a linux hex-editor). But nescape [as set up] also doesn't
> render this char.
> Unless we have a mechanism, which allows collaborators to make
> fine-grained (considered by some as trivial) corrections/refinements,
> the 'bad-underline-char-type-entropy' will accumulate, as more
> applications are added; until n-o sinks.
> == Chris Glur.
> As previously noted: for each collaborator to hack away privately,
> repeating what is done by others is not to be encouraged.
> Consequently I have no intention to do 'my own private research'
> to constuct a basic HOW2 for WebDAV.
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