[b-hebrew] Hebrew in messages was Re: Iron sharpeneth iron? (Prov. 27:17)

Karl Randolph kwrandolph at email.com
Tue Jul 5 14:34:06 EDT 2005


Peter:

I used Camino web browser looking at and authoring the messages on line. Not only did the Hebrew show up when I authored the text, but even after going through your mail reader and returned, I still see Hebrew (some mail programs change unicode that they don’t understand to question marks). Could there be something in your mail reader that does not always display unicode? Or do I need to switch to a cleaner browser like Safari that displays cleaner unicode?

Karl W. Randolph.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Kirk" <peterkirk at qaya.org>

> 
> On 04/07/2005 22:57, Karl Randolph wrote:
> 
> > The form YXD &#1497;&#1495;&#1491; could come from the following 
> > roots: XDD &#1495;&#1491;&#1491;, XDH &#1495;&#1491;&#1492;, XWD 
> > &#1495;&#1493;&#1491;, YXD &#1497;&#1495;&#1491;, it is the 
> > context that helps us decide which one. All of these roots are 
> > expressed as verbs in Tanakh.
> >
> >
> 
> (Note, Karl, that you cannot use this HTML notation for Hebrew 
> characters in plain text e-mail. I don't know if you see any Hebrew 
> characters above, but I don't.)
> 
> -- Peter Kirk
> peter at qaya.org (personal)
> peterkirk at qaya.org (work)
> http://www.qaya.org/

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