Re: Registered

Walter Ian Kaye (boo@primenet.com)
Fri, 2 Jun 1995 10:40:28 -0700


Message-Id: <v01510104abf4dfdf6a90@[198.68.46.145]>
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 1995 10:40:28 -0700
To: www-html@www10.w3.org
From: boo@primenet.com (Walter Ian Kaye)
Subject: Re: Registered

Scott Preston wrote:
>Walter, I'm using Windows - I looked at the table and the labels do match.
Thanks!

>Why do some of the descriptions have parenthesis around them?
Because the 128-159 range is not too well defined, and I haven't
cross-checked them yet.

>there is another reference to tilde (&#151 =97 (tilde)? ) which doesn't
>display correctly (for me).
What do you see...an emdash perhaps? Did you view with Netscape or another?

>I didn't see a reference to parenthetical in your notes.
I figured the appended questionmarks would indicate my unsurety(?). ;)


Chris Lilley wrote:
>> >Thanks!  I'll be adding the official PostScript names if I can ever locate
>> >the file I stored them in (it seems to be gone from my HD :/ ).
>Look in the back of the Postscript Language Refeence Manual, if you have it.
Thanks -- it's just I put a lot of work into my missing file... ;/

>The characters you show in code positions 128 to 159 are unused in
>ISO 8859-1 and marked as unused in the HTML SGML declaration. I think
>the names you have in parentheses are taken from the Adobe Latin-1
>encoding vector, which puts additional characters into these code
Yes, I will have to add annotations about this to my page.


Steve Habib Rose wrote:
>the ASCII code for TM is    &#153;
ASCII does not define characters > 127. You are probably using Windows/ANSI
codes, which only "mostly" match ISO-8859-1; they do not all match.

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