Using non-ascii symbols
roccomoretti at hotpop.com
Tue Jan 24 11:44:51 EST 2006
Robert Kern wrote:
> Rocco Moretti wrote:
> [James Stroud wrote:]
>>>>>I can't find "?, ?, or ?" on my keyboard.
>>Posting code to newsgroups might get harder too. :-)
> His post made it through fine. Your newsreader messed it up.
I'm not exactally sure what happened - I can see the three charachters
just fine in your (Robert's) and the original (Christoph's) post. In
Giovanni's post, they're rendered as question marks.
My point still stands: _somewere_ along the way the rendering got messed
up for _some_ people - something that wouldn't have happened with the
<=, >= and != digraphs.
(FWIW, my newsreader is Thunderbird 1.0.6.)
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