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Full-name: DrWender
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Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2007 07:26:51 EDT
Subject: Re: Content of element "formula"
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In einer eMail vom 24.03.07 11:43:52 (MEZ) Mitteleurop=E4ische Zeit schreibt=
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> > BTW, the most poor minded people like me would prefer the simple=20
> > old-fashioned way to escape metalanguage: Programs like TeX are aware th=
at=20
> BackSlash=20
> > indicates 'Take the following character code litteraly!'
> >  =20
> hmm. I would say that is far from the truth.
> a \ indicates that the following "thing" is a TeX
> command sequence.=20

Sorry, it's long ago that I was practitioning the TeX in a Uunix context, so=
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I was confusing the conventions in Shell scripts or for output formatting in=
=20
some programming languages.

Herbert

PS: Instead of explaining NDR. - my English is too poor for this - I would=20
ask how I can say to a standard XML parser: "Check the nodes with attributio=
n of=20
OSE for well-formedness!" (Old Spelling English ;-)
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2 (MEZ) Mitteleurop=E4ische Zeit schreibt [log in to unmask]:<BR>
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<BLOCKQUOTE TYPE=3DCITE style=3D"BORDER-LEFT: #0000ff 2px solid; MARGIN-LEFT=
: 5px; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px">&gt; BTW, the most poor minded=20=
people like me would prefer the simple <BR>
&gt; old-fashioned way to escape metalanguage: Programs like TeX are aware t=
hat BackSlash <BR>
&gt; indicates 'Take the following character code litteraly!'<BR>
&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; <BR>
hmm. I would say that is far from the truth.<BR>
a \ indicates that the following "thing" is a TeX<BR>
command sequence. </BLOCKQUOTE><BR>
</FONT><FONT  COLOR=3D"#000000" BACK=3D"#ffffff" style=3D"BACKGROUND-COLOR:=20=
#ffffff" SIZE=3D3 PTSIZE=3D12 FAMILY=3D"SANSSERIF" FACE=3D"Arial" LANG=3D"2"=
><BR>
Sorry, it's long ago that I was practitioning the TeX in a Uunix context, so=
 I was confusing the conventions in Shell scripts or for output formatting i=
n some programming languages.<BR>
<BR>
Herbert<BR>
<BR>
PS: Instead of explaining NDR. - my English is too poor for this - I would a=
sk how I can say to a standard XML parser: "Check the nodes with attribution=
 of OSE for well-formedness!" (Old Spelling English ;-)<BR>
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