[XeTeX] dealing with $ character
stephenmoye at mac.com
Wed Jul 7 20:08:44 CEST 2004
Catcodes tell TeX the function of a particular character. Normally $ has a catcode of 3 which tels TeX that math is being typed in. A catcode of 12 tells TeX to treat this as an "other" character with no special significance -- just print it. There is a list of the catcodes and their significance in The TeXBook, p 37.
On Wednesday, July 07, 2004, at 01:39PM, Bruce D'Arcus <bdarcus at fastmail.fm> wrote:
>On Jul 7, 2004, at 1:21 PM, Stephen Moye wrote:
>> Then there must be more here than meets the eye because I just
>> implemented Hans' suggestion in a small project of my own and it works
>Yeah, turns out I was looking at the wrong xsl file. Sorry for the
>What does this code actually say, just in case I need to deal with
>other characters this way?
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