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Re: Houston, we have a problem WAS:Re: When you want one odd character....

From:Carlos Thompson <chlewey@...>
Date:Saturday, May 18, 2002, 16:30
Clint Jackson Baker wrote:

> Okay, so I thought, this will be easy. All I have to > do is go into the HTML code, put in &#numberIwant, and > there ya go. So I converted the number code for > Cherokee character D (the sound /a/) from hexadecimal > 13A0 to 5024. The computer didn't like that--after I > put in &#5024; it just gave me a question mark. > Obviously I'm missing something--what is it?
You probably lack a font that includes that character or the browser is using a font that doesn't include it. -- Carlos Th


Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>Houston, we have a problem