"Muke Tever" <muke@...> writes:
> > If need be, I can study to learn the answer, most likely, but... why don't
> > the Unicode code charts include decimal indices as well as hex values?
> Dunno. But hex codes should work in HTML character entities--but
> the proper format for the example above would be ⁢ (without
> the leading zero).

Should work, but doesn't for all browsers (mostly old ones, of cause,
but I still care for them).

I usually use a preproccessor to compute hex->dec. It's quite easy in
Perl due to HTML syntax being very simple. Something like:

perl -pe 's@\&\#x([\da-fA-F]+);@"\&#".hex($1).";"@gsexi' inputfile > outputfile