[XeTeX] in XeTeX
andmos at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 04:32:02 CET 2011
We could also have an switch, when turned on displays the various
whitespaces using particular glyphs. MS Word does this and displays an
ordinary space with ·, a non breaking space with °, a tab with →, a line
break with ↲ and a paragraph break with ¶.
On 15 November 2011 09:13, Mike Maxwell <maxwell at umiacs.umd.edu> wrote:
> A number of alternatives to a hex editor have been pointed out:
> 1) color coding
> 2) using a font that has a representation of these code points
> 3) using any text editor that allows you to see the Unicode code point of
> a character (I use jEdit this way, I'm sure many other editors offer this
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