This book contains unicode characters, such as c (c with combining macron).
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At the time of preparation (June 2009), Saxon letters had been assigned unicode values, but font support was extremely limited.
This also is not available as a unicode character, so an image has been substituted.
If the following Greek symbols do not appear (β, γ, λ, κ) in your browser then a unicode font should be selected.
Transcriber's Notes: This version of this manual uses the unicode character set.
If the following Greek cursive characters (βγε) do not appear, then you may need to select a unicode font.
unicode characters have been used for special symbols and diacritics in the text.
I used the unicode combining diacritical to indicate a long o in Hreseos.
However, these two characters are not supported by many common fonts; so images have been substituted for the unicode characters.
A computer standard for encoding characters. Each character is represented by sixteen bits. Whereas ASCII, being an 8-bit encoding scheme, can only represent 256 characters, Unicode has 65,536 combinations, enabling it to encode the letters of all written languages as well as thousands of characters in languages such as Japanese and Chinese.