Valuble site: Commonly Confused Characters

28 December 2004   0 comments   Web development

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The Ditto mark Found this site when I was trying to figure out the HTML entity codes for certain characters that had slipped into my XML file.

It cleverly explains how they are used, their unicode number, the HTML entity, how to write in in TeX and a link explaining more about each commonly confused character.

Well done Greg Baker


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