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Re: Give example of transcoding

From: Martin Duerst <duerst@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 05 Jul 2002 17:56:30 +0900
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To: steven.pemberton@cwi.nl (Steven Pemberton), www-i18n-comments@w3.org
Cc: i18n-editor@w3.org

Hello Steven,

Many thanks for your comment. We have some difficulties
understanding the example; there may be some syntax problems.

I'm not copying the HTML WG, as I think this is an editorial
matter, but if you think it is helpful, please add them to the cc.

At 21:50 02/07/03 +0900, Steven Pemberton wrote:

>For example, a document delivered with encoding iso-8859-2 may contain the 
>string "&0x0151;&amp;0x0151;" where the first character (LATIN SMALL 
>LETTER O WITH DOUBLE ACUTE) is at code point 0xf5 in iso-8859-2. This will 
>be transcoded so that there will be two identical characters at code point 
>0x0151 in the document as processed by the user agent."
>
>Note: "&0x0151;&amp;0x0151;" should look like "o&0x0151;" with a double 
>acute on the o; i.e. an actual character followed by a NCR. Feel free to 
>substitute any similar character if you wish.

I think you mean that "&#x0151;&amp;#x0151;" should look like
"o&#x0151;" with a double acute on the o, didn't you?

Regards,   Martin.
Received on Friday, 5 July 2002 04:57:27 GMT

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