Mon Apr 28 17:29:54 EDT 2008
08-154.txt displays normally with the vi on the server.
od -b reports several occurrences of 302 240 sequences,
all near 012 characters. However, they display as normal
Can you tell me more clearly where -exactly- these characters are?
On Apr 28, 2008, at 5:13 PM, Bill Long wrote:
> Right. These look like <tab> characters in some strange word
> Almost unreadable in its current form. It also appears the paper
> the right paper number. Maybe the librarian can repair the paper
> Michael Ingrassia wrote:
>> Paper 154.txt shows some strange characters in my text editor,
>> \302\240type :: a
>> (In case that ends up looking more normal after I send it, I'm seeing
>> backslash-3-zero-2-backslash-2-4-0-t-y-p-e- -:-:- -a )
>> I'm assuming that's just whitespace ... am I missing something
>> Maybe the text acceptance filter at the website could be tweaked to
>> erase these characters when text papers are submitted?
>> --Michael I.
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