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  • Special Characters
    information providers and browser implementors should follow these guidelines Certain characters may not be accessible from your keyboard or some part of your system i e translation software may not be equipped to deal with 8 bit character codes HTML and many WWW browsers provide character entity references and numerical character references to facilitate the entry and interpretation of characters by name and by numerical position Because certain characters will be interpreted as markup they should be escaped that is represented by markup numeric character or entity references Special Characters Certain characters are taken to have special meaning within the context of an HTML document There are two printing characters which may be interpreted by the browser to have an effect of the format of the text Space Interpreted as a word space in all contexts except PRE Interpreted as a no break space within PRE The character entities ensp and emsp denote an en space and an em space respectively where an en space is half the point size and an em space is equal to the point size of the current font For fixed pitch fonts the user agent can treat the en space as being equivalent to a single space character and the em space as being equuivalent to two space characters Non breaking Space nbsp This should be treated in the same way as the space character ASCII character code 32 decimal except that the user agent should never break lines at this point It is useful when you want to ensure that neigbouring words always stay together and don t get split across lines Hyphen Interpreted as a hyphen glyph in all contexts Interpreted as a potential word space by hyphenation engine The character entities endash and emdash denote dash marks with the same widths

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  • Security Considerations
    security considerations of the URI specification apply Documents may be constructed whose visible contents mislead the reader to follow a link to unsuitable or offensive material The MD attribute is useful when authors are concerned that a linked object may

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  • Character Entity Set(s)
    O acute accent Ograve Ograve Capital O grave accent Ocirc Ocirc Capital O circumflex accent Otilde Otilde Capital O tilde Ouml Ouml Capital O dieresis or umlaut mark Oslash Oslash Capital O slash Uacute Uacute Capital U acute accent Ugrave Ugrave Capital U grave accent Ucirc Ucirc Capital U circumflex accent Uuml Uuml Capital U dieresis or umlaut mark Yacute Yacute Capital Y acute accent THORN THORN Capital THORN Icelandic szlig szlig Small sharp s German sz ligature aacute aacute Small a acute accent agrave agrave Small a grave accent acirc acirc Small a circumflex accent atilde atilde Small a tilde atilde atilde Small a tilde auml auml Small a dieresis or umlaut mark aelig aelig Small ae dipthong ligature ccedil ccedil Small c cedilla eacute eacute Small e acute accent egrave egrave Small e grave accent ecirc ecirc Small e circumflex accent euml euml Small e dieresis or umlaut mark iacute iacute Small i acute accent igrave igrave Small i grave accent icirc icirc Small i circumflex accent iuml iuml Small i dieresis or umlaut mark eth eth Small eth Icelandic ntilde ntilde Small n tilde oacute oacute Small o acute accent ograve ograve Small o grave accent ocirc ocirc Small o circumflex accent otilde otilde Small o tilde ouml ouml Small o dieresis or umlaut mark oslash oslash Small o slash uacute uacute Small u acute accent ugrave ugrave Small u grave accent ucirc ucirc Small u circumflex accent uuml uuml Small u dieresis or umlaut mark yacute yacute Small y acute accent thorn thorn Small thorn Icelandic yuml yuml Small y dieresis or umlaut mark Numerical Character References This list sorted numerically is derived from the ISO 8859 1 8 bit single byte coded graphic character set Reference Description 00 08 Unused 09 Horizontal tab 10 Line feed 11 31 Unused 32 Space 33 Exclamation mark 34 Quotation mark 35 Number sign 36 Dollar sign 37 Percent sign 38 Ampersand 39 Apostrophe 40 Left parenthesis 41 Right parenthesis 42 Asterisk 43 Plus sign 44 Comma 45 Hyphen 46 Period fullstop 47 Solidus slash 48 57 Digits 0 9 58 Colon 59 Semi colon 60 Less than 61 Equals aign 62 Greater than 63 Question mark 64 Commercial at 65 90 Letters A Z 91 Left square bracket 92 Reverse solidus backslash 93 Right square bracket 95 Horizontal bar 96 Acute accent 97 122 Letters a z 123 Left curly brace 124 Vertical bar 125 Right curly brace 126 Tilde 127 160 Unused 161 Inverted exclamation 162 Cent sign 163 Pound sterling 164 General currency sign 165 Yen sign 166 Broken vertical bar 167 Section sign 168 Umlaut dieresis 169 Copyright 170 Feminine ordinal 171 Left angle quote guillemotleft 172 Not sign 173 Soft hyphen 174 Registered trademark 175 Macron accent 176 Degree sign 177 Plus or minus 178 Superscript two 179 Superscript three 180 Acute accent 181 Micro sign 182 Paragraph sign 183 Middle dot 184 Cedilla 185 Superscript one 186 Masculine ordinal 187 Right angle quote

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  • HTML Math
    giving the HTML entity name the corresponding LaTeX command name and a short description Character codes are given in hexadecimal when available for the Postscript symbol set and HP s math 8 symbol set Continuation dots ellipsis ldots ldots three dots on the baseline cdots cdots three dots on same level as a minus sign vdots vdots three vertical dots ddots ddots diagonal dots top left to bottom right dotfill dotfill like cdots but fills column in an array Added Spacing thinsp thin space sp medium space emsp thick space quad quad huge space Lower case Greek Letters PS Symbol Math 8 alpha alpha alpha 61 61 beta beta beta 62 62 gamma gamma gamma 67 63 delta delta delta 64 64 epsilon epsilon epsilon 65 vepsilon varepsilon var epsilon 65 3B zeta zeta zeta 7A 66 eta eta eta 68 67 theta theta theta 71 68 vtheta vartheta var theta 79 iota iota iota 69 69 kappa kappa kappa 6B 6A lambda lambda lambda 6C 6B mu mu mu 6D 6C nu nu nu 6E 6D xi xi xi 78 6E omicron omicron 6F 6F pi pi pi 70 70 varpi varpi var pi 76 7B rho rho rho

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  • Glossary of Terms
    tag and an end tag HTML HyperText Markup Language HTTP A generic stateless object oriented protocol which may be used for many similar tasks by extending the commands or methods used For example you might use HTTP for name servers and distributed object oriented systems With HTTP the negotiation of data representation allows systems to be built independent of the development of new representations For more information see http www w3 org hypertext WWW Protocols Overview html markup Text added to the data of a document to convey information about it There are four different kinds of markup descriptive markup tags references markup declarations and processing instructions MIME Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions as defined in Mechanisms for Specifying and Describing the Format of Internet Message Bodies 09 23 1993 Pages 81 Format txt ps Obsoletes RFC1341 Updated by RFC1590 representation The encoding of information for interchange For example HTML is a representation of hypertext rendering Formatting and presenting information to human readers SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language as defined in ISO 8879 1986 Information Processing Text and Office Systems SGMLS An SGML parser by James Clark jjc jclark com derived from the ARCSGML parser materials which were written by Charles

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  • References
    Internet Message Bodies 09 23 1993 Pages 81 Format txt ps Obsoletes RFC1341 Updated by RFC1590 SGML ISO 8879 1986 Information Processing Text and Office Systems Standard Generalized Markup Language SGML SGMLS An SGML parser by James Clark jjc jclark com derived from the ARCSGML parser materials which were written by Charles F Goldfarb The source is available at ftp ifi uio no pub SGML SGMLS URI Universal Resource Identifiers

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  • Acknowledgments
    work on possible directions for extending HTML to meet the needs of information providers e g to support forms tables text flow around figures and math This work has now culminated in the current HTML 3 0 specification which adds a range of important new features to HTML while preserving simplicity and backwards compatibility with existing documents I would like to express my special thanks to members of the Internet community on the www talk www html and html wg mailing lists to people who have written to me in person and to members of the SGML Open who have been very supportive of the Web initiative Thanks also to Hewlett Packard for funding my work on HTML Particular thanks are due to Terry Allen O Reilly Associates terry ora com Marc Andreessen Netscape Communications Corp marca netscape com Eric Bina Netscape Communications Corp ebina netscape com Paul Burchard The Geometry Center University of Minnesota burchard geom umn edu James Clark jjc jclark com Daniel W Connolly HaL Computer Systems connolly hal com Stephen DeRose EBT steve ebt com Roy Fielding University of California Irvine fielding ics uci edu Jay Glicksman Enterprise Integration Technology jay eit com Eduardo Gutentag Sun

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  • Info Lex - TEI Piraeus 1996
    Engine Setup Before pressing the Submit button you may want to Setup the Search Engine Parameters Allow Soft Seek Yes No Maximum Number of Matchings By setting the first parameter Allow Soft Seek Yes the Search Engine starts searching for terms that include the given string The Maximum Number of Matcings M N M tels the Search Engine to display n terms whitch include the query string n M N M Help Topics Searching Using Special Characters To help you find a Term easier the Infolex Dictionary gives you a number of Special characters whitch are implementing the search we call Smart Search These Special Characters are a The Brackets b The Wildcard Character c The characters greater than and less than Help Topics Term Search using brackets Brackets activate a special mechanism whitch is searching for substrings For example if you submit the following string you will get a The term daname if exists b Terms including da AND name like data name Note The Search Engine allows the naximum number of 12 pairs of brackets simulateously Help Topics Term Search using the wildcard character The character activates the wildcard Search With this software switch we can replace unknown characters inside the search string For example if you submit the following string you will get a The term int if exists b Terms starting with the letters i n t like integer integer arithmetic Help Topics Term Search using the characters greater than less than Using these switches we can find terms beggining or ending with the specified letters For example if you submit the following string you will get a The term i if exists b Terms beggining with i If you submit the following string you will get a The term integer b Terms ending with r

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