some -- are broken in the HTML FAQ
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Sun Nov 9 03:03:33 CET 2014
Am Sa 08.11.2014, 20:49:24 schrieb Robert J. Hansen:
> What you're looking at is called an em dash (or an en; the FAQ uses
> both) and is typographically correct.
It is correct if an em dash is meant. It does make absolutely no sense
to use a "–" when code is involved where only "--" works. This is about
> Unicode offers proper
> hyphens, en dashes and em dashes, though, so the FAQ uses them.
No, it doesn't. In 47 of 49 cases it uses "--". I did not want to
suggest to replace the dash in "Margolus–Levitin".
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