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On Mon, 12 Jan 2004, Roger Mills wrote:

> Attentive Reader will have noted that in my just-uploaded
> http://cinduworld.tripod.com/supplement.htm under the word "kikayoka" there
> is a botched IPA rendering "['kjok?]".  That "?" should be a schwa (hex
> 0259, dec. 601).  Is "ə" the correct way to encode that?

Yes.

> Then, do I have to change the "charset=iso-8859-1" to something else? (utf-8
> according to one website)

I'm pretty sure not, the charset says what character set the source is
encoded as and says nothing about the characters that can be used, I
think.

>   And if I do that, do I have to change all the
> other "ç", "á" etc. to numerics??  (No big deal, but
> bothersome...)

No.

> Does "&schwa;" exist?

Not as far as I know. Would be nice, though.

> Please give an idiot-proof answer.

Idiot-proof enough?

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Tristan