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

From:Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>
Date:Saturday, May 18, 2002, 15:46
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?


> may help, though you > may want to convert > their hexadecimal code points into decimal for > greater browser > compatibility. > > Cheers, > Philip > -- > Philip Newton <Philip.Newton@...>
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