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*To*: Thierry Bouche <Thierry.Bouche@ujf-grenoble.fr>, Peter Harmand <harmand@math.uni-oldenburg.de>*Subject*: Re: input 39 in ansinew.def*From*: "Berthold K.P. Horn" <bkph@ai.mit.edu>*Date*: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 16:36:43 -0500*Cc*: TeX-fonts list <tex-fonts@csc-sun.math.utah.edu>*Flags*: 000000000000*In-Reply-To*: <199810291611.RAA13462@mozart.ujf-grenoble.fr>*References*: <363877B5.3765AC78@math.uni-oldenburg.de><363877B5.3765AC78@math.uni-oldenburg.de>

At 05:11 PM 98/10/29 +0100, Thierry Bouche wrote: >isn't it simply that 39 is not in the activated ranges? ansiacce.tex does indeed make 39 and 96 active, since in ISO Latin 1 and Windows ANSI these are quotesingle and grave accent, not quoteright and quoteleft as in ASCII or TeX text. As has been pointed out this comes at a price. One is that you should get rid of octal notation if possible (which is in most cases a quaint holdover of no much practical use). You also need to deal with prime in math: {\catcode146=\active \gdef^^92{{^\bgroup\prim@s}}} \mathcode146="8000 % ^\prime \catcode`\'=\active \chardef'=146 \catcode`\`=\active \chardef`=145 These definitions are for Windows ANSI, where these and many other useful characters missing from ISO Latin 1 are packed into `C2' space between 128-159. Regards, Berthold. Berthold K.P. Horn Cambridge, MA mailto:bkph@ai.mit.edu

**References**:**input 39 in ansinew.def***From:*Peter Harmand <harmand@math.uni-oldenburg.de>

**Re: input 39 in ansinew.def***From:*Thierry Bouche <Thierry.Bouche@ujf-grenoble.fr>

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