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Bug 263 - Probable misinterpretation of character code
Probable misinterpretation of character code
Status: RESOLVED INVALID
Product: MediaWiki extensions
Classification: Unclassified
Math (Other open bugs)
unspecified
PC Windows XP
: Normal normal with 1 vote (vote)
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Assigned To: Nobody - You can work on this!
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Depends on:
Blocks:
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Reported: 2004-08-31 23:29 UTC by Paolo de Magistris
Modified: 2005-06-19 06:41 UTC (History)
0 users

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Assignee Huggle Beta Tester: ---


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Description Paolo de Magistris 2004-08-31 23:29:57 UTC
Studying "Naive set theory" I've noticed that the symbol 
usually adopted to mean : "item x belongs to set A" which
should resemble x C A (where I used C since I cannot draw 
how it actually is, but imagine a semi-circle open to the 
right with an horizontal - in the middle)is instead 
represented on my screen by a small closed square. Since 
the symbols used for Union of sets or intersection of sets
are those always used, I suspect that my computer uses a 
set of characters' codes different from Yours. Have I got 
the real reason? Thanks a lot, Paolo de Magistris,Italy.
Comment 1 Timwi 2004-08-31 23:33:14 UTC
Please provide the code you entered when reporting problems. The code for the
"is in this set" symbol is "\in". Union and intersection, I think, are "\cup"
and "\cap", respectively.
Comment 2 Brion Vibber 2004-10-12 18:19:46 UTC
*ping*

Can the original reporter provide more information please?
Comment 3 Zigger 2005-06-19 06:19:34 UTC
Resolving as invalid, due to lack of information despite requests ten and eight
months ago.  Please re-open when more details are provided.

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