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From: "THERON L. SMITH" <>
Subject: RE: "Plantagenet" --- An Explanation
Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2000 15:36:50 -0600
These codes print out differently depending on which application system
you're running under.
I tested Dr. Baldwin's list with Microsoft Word and it worked fine. Then I
tested some of the codes under Microsoft DOS EDIT with different results.
As an example, in the table provided, the Pound Sterling symbol (£) is
shown with code 0163; but for Microsoft DOS EDIT AND (for this message as I
just found out!), the code has to be 0156. (Right now I can't guarantee
you'll see a Pound Sterling symbol when you read the transmitted version of
So you'll have to be some experimenting to find out what works on whatever
application system you're using.
Best regards, Theron Smith
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> Subject:Re: "Plantagenet" --- An Explanation
> In article <>,
> (Stewart Baldwin) wrote:
> > Try
> > OE = Alt + 0140 = capital "melted OE"
> > oe = Alt + 0156 = lowecase "melted oe"
> I see those as an opening single quote and a hollow rectangle. How do you
> see ¦ and '?
> -Aaron J. Dinkin
> Dr. Whom
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