I have need to encode a character with a hacek accent (a small "v"
over the character -- not unlike an inverted circumflex). Is there
an ISO standard name for an entity to use? Akin to "acirc" and
"ccedil", I expected to find various "Xhacek" or "Xhac" entities
declared in the various ISO entity files, but did not. The closest
thing I found was the name "haczeck" in the list of "over characters"
in the file mathpac.ent ("-//USA-DOD//DTD SUP MIL-M-28001 MATHPACK
900102//EN"). Have I missed it, am I looking in the wrong place, or
does it not exist?
* ISO standards appear to refer to this character as a 'caron'; it is
* present over the characters cCdDeElLnNrRsStTzZ in ISO entity set
* Added Latin 2 (conventionally called ISOlat2), and free-standing in
* entity set Diacritical Mark Characters (conventionally called
* ISOdia). -Ed.