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Re: HTML Problem with piecewise defined functions


Hi Daniel,

  I gave it a try, then I realized, that, when changing the cell-atributes 
from "text" to "output" it worked fine. Only in text-mode the bracket is 
missing. So my workaround is to make this particular furmula an output cell. 
This works.

Greetings

Mike



"dh" <dh at metrohm.ch> schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
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> $Version: 5.1 for Microsoft Windows (October 25, 2004)
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> Hi Michael,
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> if I write the notebook using:File/Save As Special/HTML and look at the
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> generated HTML code, the bracket is represented as Unicode character:
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> &#62305; If I display the file with FireFox, the bracket is nicely
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> Daniel
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> Michael Gamer wrote:
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>> Hello all,
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>>   I sometimes export Notebooks to HTML, so far with no or minor problems.
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>> NowI have a notebook with a piecewise defined function and the opening
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>> bracket to define the function piecewise is not exported properly. In the
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>> html-file it seems as if the correct character is simply not present. 
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>> tried different style-sheets, but it did not work.
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>> Any hints????
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>> Grettings from Germany
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>> Mike
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