cross platform scripting

Stephen Messimer steve at messimercomputing.com
Fri Oct 17 09:13:08 EDT 2003



Hi,

I am creating an application for use on both Macs and PCs.

I know that to ensure cross platform compatibility between Mac and 
Windows OS the following characters  need to be used when scripting.

"< > "  should be used instead of "≠"
" >= "  should be used instead of  " ≥ "
" =< "  should be used instead of  " ≤ "
    and
"  \  " should be used instead of " ¬ "

Are these all the cross platform scripting cautions you need to be 
aware of when developing for both the Windows and Macintosh platforms?  
Having a complete set of information on this subject in one place would 
be most helpful.

Thanks

Steve

Stephen R. Messimer, PA
208 1st Ave. South	
Escanaba, MI 49829
www.messimercomputing.com
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