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Re: Mathml display with IE

From: David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 14:26:24 +0100
Message-Id: <200403311326.OAA31742@penguin.nag.co.uk>
To: pzn04@yahoo.fr
Cc: thabing@uiuc.edu, www-math@w3.org


> Your links show me the 03c code for lt. I need the E084 number to
> correct the Open Office output. 

I have no idea where that E084 comes from as I say, youd have to check
teh openoffice docs to see if they document which codes they used.
google just lead me to

 http://www.hj-gym.dk/~hj/writer2latex/#download

which has a new (February this year) xhtml+mathml writer for openoffice
it may be that if you can upgrade your mathml writer the problem will go
away, but I haven't checked this.

> In order to do this, I need the real UTF-8 code as explained by Robert.
No that is what I meant, you don't need to use the utf8 string in that
XSLT template: a numeric character refeence would do just as well.
XSLT is parsed by an XML parser before it is processed and to an XML
parser a numeric character reference is always the same thing as the
character referenced so whether you use &#-some hex number- or type the
character directly, is purely a matter of persoanl preference.

David


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http://www.dcarlisle.demon.co.uk/matthew

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