I'm not exactly sure what you're asking. Most scripts are written in ascii which does not support the copyright symbol. Even if you switch to a character set with a copyright symbol, the user would need a font that supports it.
I figured there wouldn't be a viable option--at least not one worth pursuing. Like I said it's not a big issue, just wanted to know if there was a simple way to do a copyright notice in UNIX (similar to what the HTML code you indicated does on the web -- '&'copy', right?), but I see your point with the font issue.
Thanks for the reply!
Last edited by spieterman; 09-18-2002 at 05:46 PM..
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My question is about copyrighted code.
If I read some copyrighted source code to learn something new and then I would like to reuse one idea I liked what is the boundary to avoid rights problems?
I mean, for example, is there the chance to... (7 Replies)