RE: Another Unicode RTF question

From: Paul Dempsey (Exchange) (
Date: Mon Jan 25 1999 - 12:45:46 EST

The \u RTF keyword is followed by the signed decimal value of the Unicode
character. It's read and written as a signed 2-byte integer (short).

--- Paul Chase Dempsey
Microsoft Visual Studio Text Editor Development

-----Original Message-----
From: Alfinito, Charles []
Sent: Monday, January 25, 1999 5:32 AM
To: Unicode List
Subject: Another Unicode RTF question

I've come across the following:

\f4\fs24\expnd-6\expndtw-30 t}{\f4\fs24\expnd-6\expndtw-30\super 1\u-
241\'3f3}{\f4\fs24 \'d7V}{\f4\fs16 m}{\f4\fs24 \u-245\'3f0.5 (mV). The
coefficient of correlation (r) between V}{\f4\fs16 fm}{\f4\fs24

The \u-241 and \u-245 are suppose to be a / character and a +, respectively.
This is the first time I've seen the hypen(minus) in the \u command. How is
this handled?


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