This file is part of the TADS 2 Authors Manual.
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Edited by NK Guy, tela design.
Multimedia TADS provides named character entities for the ISO Latin-1 (ISO 8879-1) character set.
non-breaking space ¡ ¡ inverted exclamation mark = ¡ ¢ ¢ cent sign = ¢ £ £ pound sign = £ ¤ ¤ currency sign ¥ ¥ yen sign = yuan sign = ¥ ¦ ¦ broken vertical bar § § section sign ¨ ¨ spacing diaeresis © © copyright sign = © ª ª feminine ordinal indicator = ª « « left-pointing double angle quotation mark ¬ ¬ not sign ­ ­ soft hyphen = discretionary hyphen ® ® registered sign = registered trade mark sign = ® ¯ ¯ macron = spacing macron = overline = APL overbar ° ° degree sign = ° ± ± plus-or-minus sign ² ² superscript two = superscript digit two = squared ³ ³ superscript three = superscript digit three = cubed ´ ´ acute accent = spacing acute µ µ micro sign ¶ ¶ pilcrow sign = paragraph sign · · middle dot = Georgian comma = Greek middle dot ¸ ¸ cedilla = spacing cedilla ¹ ¹ superscript one = superscript digit one º º masculine ordinal indicator = º » » right-pointing double angle quotation mark = right pointing guillemet ¼ ¼ vulgar fraction one quarter = fraction one quarter ½ ½ vulgar fraction one half = fraction one half ¾ ¾ vulgar fraction three quarters = fraction three quarters ¿ ¿ inverted question mark = turned question mark = ¿ À À latin capital letter A with grave = latin capital letter = À Á Á latin capital letter A with acute = Á Â Â latin capital letter A with circumflex = Â Ã Ã latin capital letter A with tilde = Ã Ä Ä latin capital letter A with diaeresis = Ä Å Å latin capital letter A with ring above = latin capital letter A ring = Å Æ Æ latin capital letter AE = latin capital ligature AE = Æ Ç Ç latin capital letter C with cedilla = Ç È È latin capital letter E with grave = È É É latin capital letter E with acute = É Ê Ê latin capital letter E with circumflex = Ê Ë Ë latin capital letter E with diaeresis = Ë Ì Ì latin capital letter I with grave = Ì Í Í latin capital letter I with acute = Í Î Î latin capital letter I with circumflex = Î Ï Ï latin capital letter I with diaeresis = Ï Ð Ð latin capital letter ETH Ñ Ñ latin capital letter N with tilde = Ñ Ò Ò latin capital letter O with grave = Ò Ó Ó latin capital letter O with acute = Ó Ô Ô latin capital letter O with circumflex = Ö Õ Õ latin capital letter O with tilde = Õ Ö Ö latin capital letter O with diaeresis = Ö × × multiplication sign Ø Ø latin capital letter O with stroke = latin capital letter O slash = Ø Ù Ù latin capital letter U with grave = Ù Ú Ú latin capital letter U with acute = Ú Û Û latin capital letter U with circumflex = Û Ü Ü latin capital letter U with diaeresis = Ü Ý Ý latin capital letter Y with acute Þ Þ latin capital letter THORN ß ß latin small letter sharp s = ess-zed = ß à à latin small letter a with grave = latin small letter a grave = à á á latin small letter a with acute = á â â latin small letter a with circumflex = â ã ã latin small letter a with tilde = ã ä ä latin small letter a with diaeresis = ä å å latin small letter a with ring above = latin small letter a ring = å æ æ latin small letter ae = latin small ligature ae = æ ç ç latin small letter c with cedilla = ç è è latin small letter e with grave = è é é latin small letter e with acute = é ê ê latin small letter e with circumflex = ê ë ë latin small letter e with diaeresis = ë ì ì latin small letter i with grave = ì í í latin small letter i with acute = í î î latin small letter i with circumflex = î ï ï latin small letter i with diaeresis = ï ð ð latin small letter eth ñ ñ latin small letter n with tilde = ñ ò ò latin small letter o with grave = ò ó ó latin small letter o with acute = ó ô ô latin small letter o with circumflex = ô õ õ latin small letter o with tilde = õ ö ö latin small letter o with diaeresis = ö ÷ ÷ division sign = ÷ ø ø latin small letter o with stroke, = latin small letter o slash = ø ù ù latin small letter u with grave = ù ú ú latin small letter u with acute = ú û û latin small letter u with circumflex = û ü ü latin small letter u with diaeresis = ü ý ý latin small letter y with acute þ þ latin small letter thorn with ÿ ÿ latin small letter y with diaeresis
Multimedia TADS also provides named character entities for the ISO Latin-2 (ISO 8859-2) character set. These entities are TADS extensions to the standard HTML specification; these entities are not currently part of standard HTML, and will not work with all ordinary HTML browsers. (However, the entity names are all from the SGML Latin-2 character set, so these names should be compatible with any future HTML versions that support the Latin-2 named entities.)
Latin-2 is a character set designed for Eastern and Central European languages. This charater set has many of the same characters as ISO Latin-1, which is the standard HTML character set, but includes additional accented characters for Eastern and Central European languages (Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Croatian, Slovak, Slovenian, Serbian) that are not part of the ISO Latin-1 character set.
Here are the named character entities in Latin-2 that are not also in Latin-1; in addition to the names, the numeric equivalents are listed. Note that you can enter the numeric values with the &#nnn; notation, although we strongly recommend using the named entities for greater clarity in your source text.
Ą Ą capital letter A with ogonek ˘ ˘ breve (spacing accent) Ł Ł capital letter L with stroke Ľ Ľ capital letter L with caron Ś Ś capital letter S with acute accent Š Š capital letter S with caron Ş Ş capital letter S with cedil Ť Ť capital letter T with caron Ź Ź capital letter Z with acute accent Ž Ž capital letter Z with caron Ż Ż capital letter Z with dot above ą ą small letter a with ogonek ˛ ˛ small letter o with ogonek ł ł small letter l with stroke ľ ľ small letter l with caron ś ś small letter s with acute accent ˇ ˇ caron (spacing accent) š š small letter s with caron ş ş small letter s with cedil ť ť small letter t with caron ź ź small letter z with acute accent ˝ ˝ double accute (spacing accent) ž ž small letter z with caron ż ż small letter z with dot above Ŕ Ŕ capital letter R with acute accent Ă Ă capital letter A with breve Ĺ Ĺ capital letter L with acute accent Ć Ć capital letter C with acute accent Č Č capital letter C with caron Ę Ę capital letter E with ogonek Ě Ě capital letter E with caron Ď Ď capital letter D with caron Đ Đ capital letter D with stroke Ń Ń capital letter N with acute accent Ň Ň capital letter N with caron Ő Ő capital letter O with double accute accent Ř Ř capital letter R with caron Ů Ů capital letter U with ring Ű Ű capital letter U with double accute accent Ţ Ţ capital letter T with cedil ŕ ŕ small letter r with acute accent ă ă small letter a with breve ĺ ĺ small letter l with acute accent ć ć small letter c with acute accent č č small letter c with caron ę ę small letter e with ogonek ě ě small letter e with caron ď ď small letter d with caron đ đ small letter d with stroke ń ń small letter n with acute accent ň ň small letter n with caron ő ő small letter o with double acute accent ř ř small letter r with caron ů ů small letter u with ring ű ű small letter u with double acute accent ţ ţ small letter t with cedil ˙ ˙ dot (spacing accent)
Latin-2 characters are not available on all systems. Computers that are localized for use in North America or Western Europe frequently provide only a Western European charater set; most Western European character sets do not provide equivalents for the ISO Latin-2 characters. Computers localized for use with an Eastern or Central European language will usually provide fonts that include all of the Latin-2 characters.
On computers where no Latin-2 fonts are installed, Multimedia TADS will display the default missing character glyph (which is usually an empty rectangle on graphical systems) for these characters.
Because Windows NT is a Unicode-based system, most NT installations (regardless of localization) will include at least a few standard fonts that incorporate these characters.
Windows 95 systems that are not localized for an Eastern or Central European country are less likely than NT systems to have a font with these characters. However, Microsoft makes available extensions for the standard Windows 95 fonts for most of the Eastern and Central European character sets. To install these extensions, download http://support.microsoft.com/download/support/mslfiles/LANG.EXE from the Microsoft web site, then run the downloaded program.
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