Cool; looks like the w3c validator proves its value!
I also added color-coding for unassigned values, so that you can see which slots actually should have glyphs and which not.
BTW, I just noticed that on my work machine (now Windows 2000), surrogate characters (requiring two 16-bit code units) show up as a single missing-glyph symbol instead of two (e.g. 10FFFD). Looks like the way is being paved for UTF-16.
"Winkler, Arnold F" wrote:
> Same for me in IE 5.0 and Netscape 4.7
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Deborah Goldsmith [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2000 2:06 PM
> Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: UTF-8 code in HTML]
> on 4/13/2000 7:34 AM, Mark Davis <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I did modify the pages to add the DOCTYPE, and even validated the three
> > using the w3c validator (except for one item: apparently HTML 4.0 does not
> > allow a name attribute on a form; and I use that name in my script --
> > I don't think that is the cause of this problem).
> Mark, I don't know what you did, but it now works in my browser (IE5 for
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