Re ISO-8859-1

Terry Allen (
Wed, 23 Nov 94 17:42:35 EST

Dan corrects me:
| In message <199411232100.NAA09939@rock>, Terry Allen writes:
| >> Because there
| >is no agreement on the string names for code sets (ISO 8859-1
| >may be called any of
| > ISO8859-1

| That public identifier references as set of entity declarations for
| Added Latin 1 characters. It specifies neither a MIME character set
| nor an SGML character set:
| The correct MIME character set designation is ISO-8859-1.

Apologies all round. In any event, while the question of what values
may be allowed in a CHARSET attribute is a real one, a definitive
designation for the set already exists.

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