- Aug 2021
�Yes, but how will we ever keep track of such a large project?�
Unsure of the text encoding here. I'm forcing them to be interpreted as Unicode here, hence the appearance of the replacement character. My browser's default is to treat this document as "Central European (Windows)", but in that case, they appear as majuscule and miniscule S-cedilla characters (e.g.
By a reasonable guess, these are supposed to be open and close quotes. I've seen these appear in other TBL-authored documents from the same era.
- Apr 2021
The use of U+212B 'Angstrom sign', which was encoded due to round-trip mapping compatibility with an East-Asian character encoding, is discouraged, and the preferred representation is U+00C5 'capital letter A with ring above', which has the same glyph.
Is there a difference in semantic meaning between the two? And if so, what is it? ￼
- official preferred convention / way to do something
- subtle distinction
- semantic meaning
- character encoding
- recommended option/alternative
- preferred variant
- easy to confuse (mix up)