Re: Best way to handle multiple string replacements?
David Carlisle wrote: > > But latex can handle that range by default, just enable latin1 encoding > (which is the same as unicode in this range) There is no need to replace > those characters by command sequences. I'm using Thomas Esser's TeTex distribution. The latex app doesn't give me any errors when processing the ``high'' characters, but they don't show up in the DVI or Postscript output. I'm not sure if this is a problem with latex or my font setup. As the macros do work, I assume it is with latex. Is the ability to handle these characters properly something that must be set at compile time? An environment variable? Command line options? Some package? > Incidentally, does anyone know what the LaTeX macro for ¶ > (pilcrow sign = paragraph sign) is? > \P and \textparagraph apparently. Thanks. -- Warren Hedley Department of Engineering Science Auckland University New Zealand XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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