Juerd skribis 2005-10-20 17:03 (+0200): > 4. Why not ^, which is available?
Or the euro symbol, which also has a C in it. It doesn't always have to be American ;) It's in iso-8859-15, which is compatible enough with iso-8859-1 to support ¥ and both « and ». (I hope those turn out as Y, << and >>'s pretty equivalents.) Juerd -- http://convolution.nl/maak_juerd_blij.html http://convolution.nl/make_juerd_happy.html http://convolution.nl/gajigu_juerd_n.html