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Fri, 21 Sep 2001 10:23:08 +1000
On Fri, 21 Sep 2001 01:06:18 +0200, Giovanni Zezza wrote:
> "I saw, in an English book, and I didn't dislike it, the initial quoting
> sign repeated from paragraph to paragraph, as long as the quote wasn't
> "I wonder if this can be achieved in Lout, and how.
> "Also, how to write the embedding quote is an important point. I think, an
> acceptable solution in Italian would be using <<x>> for the outer level, and
> ``x'' or 'x' for the inner one."
The scheme I outlined in a previous mail can be made to do this,
by making @PP consult @ZUnit and printing either nothing or a
quote depending on the level we are at. But it would get very
tedious if we had to do the same for all the list items,
displays etc. although it would all work.
- Quotes, Michael Piotrowski, 2001/09/20
- Re: Quotes, Giovanni Salmeri, 2001/09/20
- Re: Quotes, Giovanni Zezza, 2001/09/20
- Re: Quotes,
Jeff Kingston <=
- Re: Quotes, Jeff Kingston, 2001/09/20
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