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>>>> "Erwan" == Erwan David
Erwan> moderator(a)faqteam.org (Vasily Korytov) writes:
>>>>>> "RG" == Roedy Green writes:
RG> On 27 Jul 2002 01:32:25 -0700, cmaj10(a)yahoo.com (Christophe Major)
RG> wrote or quoted :
> >> I have to write a script that will take Java source code as input and
> >> will output the code stripped of all its comments.
RG> I would be happy to write you one for $50 US.
> What? Comment stripper for $50?! I think, I'd write one for $25.
> Anyone would suggest a lower price? =))
Erwan> 25 ~ for me...
Oh, (emacs-version) "XEmacs 21.5 (beta8) \"broccoli\" [Lucid]
(i586-pc-win32, Mule) of Wed Jul 31 2002 on D5DC120J", that's a native
Windows build, can now display the Euro currency symbol!
Since I don't know how to generate [EuroSign] in native Windows XEmacs
and MS Word uses Alt+Control+e I have modified Stephen Turnbull's
example from a few month ago to this in my .emacs and it works great:
;;; From Stephen:
(when (featurep 'xemacs)
(define-key global-map '(control meta e)
(lambda () (interactive) (insert (make-char 'latin-iso8859-15 #x24)))))