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## Re: cross manual references in html manuals, second

 From: Karl Berry Subject: Re: cross manual references in html manuals, second Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2003 09:19:06 -0400

Maybe other people use it to express another kind of equivalence, but
it doesn't mean the same thing as ='' or ==''.

It is certainly true that == and \equiv (the real symbol, three
horizontal lines) don't mean the same thing.  However, we have to
transliterate \equiv into something for Info.  I think the symbol =='
is better than the word equiv', although admittedly it's just my
opinion.  Do you have another suggestion?

Thanks,
karl

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