Re: RS/RE: basic questions
At 09:13 AM 9/24/96 +0100, Martin Bryan wrote:
>I cannot see your average novelist adopting XML if he has to use a standard
>word processor type in:
><P>He said "It stinks" as he picked up the ½" bar</p>
><p><c>He said </c><q><c>It stinks</c></q><c>as he....</c></p>
What about simply quoting quotes (where unquoted quotes are PCDATA
<p>"He said ~"It stinks~" as he...."</p>
Legions of TeX typists do more or less the same every day...
['~"' is shortrefed to '"' as a CDATA entity for SGML processing.]
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