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RML檔案的空白符號 rml space character

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在RML裡面空白的符號是:『 &#160 』; (ISO Latin-1 code) 不是html的符號!

Punctuation HTML Entity
(case sensitive)
ISO Latin-1 code name or meaning
– en dash
— em dash
¡ ¡ ¡ inverted exclamation
¿ ¿ ¿ inverted question mark
" " quotation mark
“ left double curly quote
” right double curly quote
  ' apostrophe (single quote)
‘ left single curly quote
’ right single curly quote
«


»
«


»
«


»
guillemets (used as quotation marks in some languages, e.g., French)
  
(Its there, but you can’t see it!)
    non-breaking space
Symbols  
& & & ampersand
¢ ¢ ¢ cent
© © © copyright
÷ ÷ ÷ divide
> > > greater than
< &lt; < less than
µ &micro; µ micron
· &middot; · middle dot
&para; pilcrow (paragraph sign)
± &plusmn; ± plus/minus
&euro; Euro
£ &pound; £ British Pound Sterling
® &reg; ® registered
§ &sect; § section
&trade; trademark
¥ &yen; ¥ Japanese Yen
Diacritics  
á


Á
&aacute;


&Aacute;
á


Á
lower-case “a” with acute accent


upper-case “A” with acute accent
à


À
&agrave;


&Agrave;
à


À
lower-case “a” with grave accent


upper-case “A” with grave accent
â


Â
&acirc;


&Acirc;
â


Â
lower-case “a” with circumflex


upper-case “A” with circumflex
å


Å
&aring;


&Aring;
å


Å
lower-case “a” with ring


upper-case “A” with ring
ã


Ã
&atilde;


&Atilde;
ã


Ã
lower-case “a” with tilde


upper-case “A” with tilde
ä


Ä
&auml;


&Auml;
ä


Ä
lower-case “a” with diaeresis/umlaut


upper-case “A” with diaeresis/umlaut
æ


Æ
&aelig;


&AElig;
æ


Æ
lower-case “ae” ligature


upper-case “AE” ligature
ç


Ç
&ccedil;


&Ccedil;
ç


Ç
lower-case “c” with cedilla


upper-case “C” with cedilla
é


É
&eacute;


&Eacute;
é


É
lower-case “e” with acute accent


upper-case “E” with acute accent
è


È
&egrave;


&Egrave;
è


È
lower-case “e” with grave accent


upper-case “E” with grave accent
ê


Ê
&ecirc;


&Ecirc;
ê


Ê
lower-case “e” with circumflex


upper-case “E” with circumflex
ë


Ë
&euml;


&Euml;
ë


Ë
lower-case “e” with diaeresis/umlaut


upper-case “E” with diaeresis/umlaut
í


Í
&iacute;


&Iacute;
í


Í
lower-case “i” with acute accent


upper-case “I” with acute accent
ì


Ì
&igrave;


&Igrave;
ì


Ì
lower-case “i” with grave accent


upper-case “I” with grave accent
î


Î
&icirc;


&Icirc;
î


Î
lower-case “i” with circumflex


upper-case “I” with circumflex
ï


Ï
&iuml;


&Iuml;
ï


Ï
lower-case “i” with diaeresis/umlaut


upper-case “I” with diaeresis/umlaut
ñ


Ñ
&ntilde;


&Ntilde;
ñ


Ñ
lower-case “n” with tilde


upper-case “N” with tilde
ó


Ó
&oacute;


&Oacute;
ó


Ó
lower-case “o” with acute accent


upper-case “O” with acute accent
ò


Ò
&ograve;


&Ograve;
ò


Ò
lower-case “o” with grave accent


upper-case “O” with grave accent
ô


Ô
&ocirc;


&Ocirc;
ô


Ô
lower-case “o” with circumflex


upper-case “O” with circumflex
ø


Ø
&oslash;


&Oslash;
ø


Ø
lower-case “o” with slash


upper-case “O” with slash
õ


Õ
&otilde;


&Otilde;
õ


Õ
lower-case “o” with tilde


upper-case “O” with tilde
ö


Ö
&ouml;


&Ouml;
ö


Ö
lower-case “o” with diaeresis/umlaut


upper-case “O” with diaeresis/umlaut
ß &szlig; ß ess-tsett
ú


Ú
&uacute;


&Uacute;
ú


Ú
lower-case “u” with acute accent


upper-case “U” with acute accent
ù


Ù
&ugrave;


&Ugrave;
ù


Ù
lower-case “u” with grave accent


upper-case “U” with grave accent
û


Û
&ucirc;


&Ucirc;
û


Û
lower-case “u” with circumflex


upper-case “U” with circumflex
ü


Ü
&uuml;


&Uuml;
ü


Ü
lower-case “u” with diaeresis/umlaut


upper-case “U” with diaeresis/umlaut
ÿ &yuml; ÿ lower-case “y” with diaeresis/umlaut
´


`
  ´


`
acute accent with no letter


grave accent/reversed apostrophe with no letter

請參考: 

http://www.utexas.edu/learn/html/spchar.html

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Written by chenagw

2014/03/26 at 18:19

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