intercepting internal entities?

DuCharme, Robert DuCharmR at
Mon May 3 16:37:51 BST 1999

>Instead, try using the same
>Unicode character throughout and letting the client map to whatever
>internal character set it may prefer, if it needs to.

I can't put that much faith in the clients; the world is not yet 100%
Unicode-compliant. (I mentioned the Bloomberg terminals, and I know that
we're running older releases of the Mac OS.) I found out that my problem
is easily solved by Java when I specify the appropriate encoding to the

Bob DuCharme           <bob@>  "The elements be kind to thee, and make thy
spirits all of comfort!" Anthony and Cleopatra, III ii

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