CHARSET (48) vs CHARSET (60) 
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 CHARSET (48) vs CHARSET (60)

I'm trying to map the 48-character set to 60-character set.
I haven't been able to match anything more than

                .. (dot dot)    to      : (colon)
                ,. (comma cot)  to      ; (semi-colon)

Does anyone know the 48-character equivalents for

                > (greater than)
                < (less than)
                | (logical or)
                etc.

Thanks in advance,

Dave



Mon, 13 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 CHARSET (48) vs CHARSET (60)

Quote:

> I'm trying to map the 48-character set to 60-character set.

Boy, this takes me back.  These are the ones I can think of off hand:

  GT >
  LT <
  OR |
  LE <=
  GE >=
  NOT a
  NE a=
  CAT ||
  AND &



Mon, 13 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 CHARSET (48) vs CHARSET (60)

Quote:

>I'm trying to map the 48-character set to 60-character set.
>I haven't been able to match anything more than

>            .. (dot dot)    to      : (colon)
>            ,. (comma cot)  to      ; (semi-colon)

>Does anyone know the 48-character equivalents for

>            > (greater than)
>            < (less than)
>            | (logical or)
>            etc.

>Thanks in advance,

>Dave

Letter combinations are used for most of them:

  || = CAT
  & = AND
  | = OR

  <=, >= etc:  LT, LE, GT, GE, NOT, NG, NE

  %  = //
  -> = PT

Hope this helps.

Dave Bertollo



Tue, 14 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 CHARSET (48) vs CHARSET (60)

        >I'm trying to map the 48-character set to 60-character set.
        >I haven't been able to match anything more than

        >            .. (dot dot)    to      : (colon)
        >            ,. (comma cot)  to      ; (semi-colon)

        >Does anyone know the 48-character equivalents for

        >            > (greater than)
        >            < (less than)
        >            | (logical or)
        >            etc.

        >Thanks in advance,

        >Dave

OTOMH,

Quote:
> is GT

< is LT
| is OR
& is AND
|| is CAT
Quote:
>= is GE

<= is LE
^= is NE
^ is NOT
-> is PT
^> is NG
^< is NL

Are there any others?



Tue, 14 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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