The single angle brackets are part of IS0-8859-1, < for < (less than)
and > for > (greater than). Also known as < and >
The double angle brackets are also part of ISO-8859-1 and are represented
by « for << and » for >>
Maybe I'm not getting your question, but wouldn't you just reverse the
usual order >>when they occur like this?<< As far as I know, it shouldn't
matter what position they hold.
Merrilee Proffitt Digital Library Development Specialist
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On Wed, 15 Apr 1998, Gregory J. Murphy wrote:
> Does anyone know if there are ISO character entities for angle brackets of
> the following kind:
> 1). Single angle brackets, e.g.
> < l'estat, c'est moy >
> 2). "Inverted" angle brackets, single and double, e.g.
> > l'estat, c'est moy <
> >> l'estat, c'est moy <<
> We have a text in which these occur along with the more common <<ack!>>.
> Gregory Murphy, Text Systems Manager
> CETH (The Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities)
> W3: "http://www.princeton.edu/~gjmurphy"